These archaic DC laws are still on the books

It was national news when Congress voted to block D.C.'s criminal code bill, the first comprehensive overhaul of the city's crime laws since 1901. That means some laws as old as the 1800s are still on the books. FOX 5 headed out to see what people in D.C. think about some of them, like a rule prohibiting being a “common scold,” or a quarrelsome individual. 

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