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Morning Notes

By Aaron Kraut

Wednesday - 6/18/2014, 8:15am  ET

Flickr photo by Victoria Pickering

Gansler’s ‘Unfiltered Candor’ Could Be His Problem – The Post profiles gubernatorial candidate and Bethesda resident Doug Gansler, who many say is down double digits in the polls because of his authentic and at times reckless nature. [Washington Post]

Rockville Officials Wary Of What’s Down The Pike – Developers in the White Flint Partnership want to brand an area of Rockville Pike that stretches into the City of Rockville, which has left officials there wondering how to react. [The Gazette]

State Agency Subpoenas Board of Education Financial Records – After weeks of controversy over how members of the Board of Education use their county-issued credit cards, Maryland’s Office of the State Prosecutor launched an investigation last week. State prosecutor Emmet Davis sent a two-page subpoena to the Board of Education for its financial records, a request a MCPS spokesperson said the school system had fulfilled by Tuesday. [ABC7]

Flickr photo by Victoria Pickering