Local mayors meet in D.C. to advocate for their cities

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WASHINGTON (Gray, DC) -- Mayors from around the country are gathering in Washington, D.C. this week for their annual meeting to discuss existing issues within their cities and others around the nation.

They will work together to examine, development and implement policies to help tackle problems such as hunger and homeless issues, civic innovation and brownfields. Their goal is to make sure federal policies are meeting the needs of their constituents back home.

The Gray Television Washington News Bureau team is at the event and catching up with the mayors. You can watch their interviews above.