The D.C. Council member resigned over criticism about his dual roles.
He leaves after a torrent of criticism over his decision to lead the D.C. Chamber of Commerce while staying in elected office.
Even after he proposes ceding power of business bills, Council members say the institution's credibility and reputation is threatened.
D.C. Council member Vincent Orange (D-At-Large) has the distinction of becoming the first D.C. public official to be formally admonished by the District’s new ethics board. In a “negotiated disposition,” Orange admitted to breaching...
Council source says Orange will resign effective August 15