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Frick Taking On Frosh In Attorney General Race? — Campaign financing reports and Del. Bill Frick's recent hiring of an election consultant have fueled the idea that Frick could run against fellow Bethesda state legislator Brian Frosh in the 2014 attorney general race. [Maryland Juice] Wax Studio Opening On Cordell — Cera Wax Studio (4866 Cordell Ave.) for men and women will have its grand opening on Saturday. [Robert Dyer @ Bethesda Row] Council Could Cut Request For BRT Studies In Half — The County Council today will decide whether to cut County Executive Isiah Leggett's suggested $1 million for Bus Rapid Transit studies down to $450,000. Many councilmembers last week said the money could be wasted, as there has been no decision on actually building many of the BRT routes. [The Gazette] Flickr photo by dbking

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