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Verletta White decision becomes fodder for multiple political campaigns

TOWSON — The decision by the state's top education official to block, at least for now, Verletta White's hiring to be the permanent superintendent of Baltimore County Public Schools is having reverberations in several political campaigns. More than a half-dozen elected officials and community activists led by Baltimore County Council Chairman Julian E. Jones Jr. expressed their outrage ...

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