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Michael Giberson The e-mails show that, in the bureaucracy that serves Fairfax’s 1.1 million residents, a change in policy can have unintended results. Fairfax County, in an effort to weed out unneeded cars from the county’s fleet, targeted cars recording fewer than 4,500 miles per year of use. As the story relates, county employees were … More Least Surprising Sentence in Today’s Washington PostMore Least Surprising Sentence in Today’s Washington Post