Washington DC Is Being Overrun By Rats

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Aug. 25, 2018

In other news, they also have a major rodent problem.

From The Washington Post:
They scurry across alleyways. They chew through trash cans. They make a sound that’s something between a hiss and a chatter.

And despite the District’s efforts, the number of rats in Washington seems to be growing.
Complaints to 311 about rodents in the nation’s capital reached an all-time high in 2017 — totaling 5,310, a 50 percent increase from 2016 — and are on track to increase in 2018.

“It’s an eternal war,” said Mark Eckenwiler, an Advisory Neighborhood Commission member who lives on Capitol Hill. “You can kill them in one location and they pop up in another.”
By last count, there's currently some 193 of these rats serving in congress. Hopefully, if we see a Red Wave the city can finally clear some of them out.

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