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Afternoon Lede Check 4.2.14

The Supreme Court hands down a doozy of a ruling; DC voters send Vince Gray packing; and Nats Park is now serving sushi.


From WaPo to WJLA, here are the stories that are leading your homepages today, after the jump…

The Washington PostJustices strike down overall contribution limits

USA TodayCoaches hit the jackpot in the NCAA system

POLITICOSCOTUS on money and politics: A reader’s guide

The HillSupreme Court strikes overall limit on campaign contributions

Roll CallSupreme Court Rejects Aggregate Contribution Limits

Daily Caller: EPA tested DEADLY pollutants on humans to push Obama admin’s agenda

The Washington TimesEx-CIA leader Morell denies role in Benghazi ‘cover-up’ during heated Hill hearing

National JournalSupreme Court Gives McConnell Assist in War on Outside Groups

Washington City PaperIn Ward 1, Brianne Nadeau Boots Jim Graham From Council

Washington ExaminerWhite House ‘disappointed’ by Supreme Court ruling on donor limits


WTOP: New food at Nats Park: sushi, cocktails

ABC 7: State superintendent requires Montgomery County schools to make up two snow days

NBC 4: Councilmember Bowser:”I Accept Your Nomination”

CBS 9: Muriel Bowser speaks about primary win

Fox 5: AP Source: Redskins give Jackson $16M guaranteed

(Photo credits from left to right: AP, NBC 4, AP/WTOP)

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