WASHINGTON -- The chairman of the reconvened Rivlin Commission yesterday announced a schedule for reappraising the District of Columbia's finances that is designed to avoid election-year politics and to complement an ongoing congressional review.

Also yesterday, District of Columbia officials unveiled a plan to save the city's public hospital, which is steadily draining the district of cash, by setting up a private corporation to run the facility.

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