Wednesday Morning Headlines: Remington Chop Returns; Hopkins Grading Policy Change Draws Protests; Elijah Cummings Tells Daughter to Remove Congressional Car Tag; and More

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Grading policy change draws protests at Johns Hopkins – Washington Post

The Remington Chop Returns with New Venue, More Workshops, and Live Music – Baltimore magazine

Under Armour to take a hit from Sports Authority’s demise – BBJ

City enters $60 million, 10-year agreement with Baltimore institutions to help fund public services – Baltimore Sun

Elijah Cummings tells daughter to remove congressional car tag – Baltimore Sun

City Council members tell Baltimore budget chief: Spend more on kids, less on police – Baltimore Sun

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