Tuesday Moning Headlines: Johns Hopkins Workers Consider Second Strike; Baltimore Teachers Protest Last-Minute Evaluation Changes; Md. Attorney General Race Up fo Grabs; and More

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Maryland’s Attorney General Race Up for Grabs – Splice Today

Win-At-All-Costs Mentality: MD Sports Culture in Need of Reform? – North Baltimore Patch

Brown Says He’s ‘Open’ to Independents Voting in Party Primaries; Calls Gansler Finance Charges ‘Desperate Deception’ – Maryland Reporter

Bryan Voltaggio to Open Baltimore’s Aggio June 28 – City Paper

Baltimore City Liquor Board Gets a New Chairman: 87-Year-Old Former Judge Thomas Ward – City Paper

Baltimore City Teachers Protest Last-Minute Performance Evaluation Changes – CBS Baltimore

Johns Hopkins Hospital Workers Consider Second Strike as Contract Negotiations Continue – Baltimore Business Journal

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