In the last several decades, the culture and topography of the nation's capital has evolved quite a bit. Now, as national attention turns to the capital again for a presidential inauguration, Washington, D.C. is on the upswing. Attorney Whayne Quin, who has a long history of working on developments in the District, weighed in on Washington's "Comprehensive Plan."
"It's now a very diversified, progressive and forward-thinking city," said Mr. Quin, "but that wasn’t so when I came here in 1964."
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