Fix is in? Prince George’s County’s Efforts to Land FBI HQ Rocked by 11th Hour Rule Change

Recently it seems as though the Federal Government is changing the rules for the long-stalled process to site the new headquarters of the FBI, a process that was long regarded as one where Prince George’s County was the leading contender. The change is all of the sudden scoring proximity to existing FBI facilities as the most important criteria, this is a criteria that never existed before in the years long process and is a change that greatly benefits Virginia and harms Prince George’s. We earlier wrote about how important the FBI is to the County, an article you can read by clicking here.

County Executive Alsobrooks has summed up the stakes, and the injustice being done, in a recent letter to the editor she wrote.

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