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County Digging In For Fight Against Pepco Rate Hike Requests — Montgomery County has assigned a county attorney to work full time on making the county's case against Pepco rate hike requests, a signal of the ongoing battles to come. [The Gazette] Bethesda Neighbors Battle Over 'Frankenhouse' — Neighbors of a house construction project in Edgemoor apparently disliked the new-look home so much, they threw rocks through the windows and got into arguments with contractors. Then, the home started winning architectural awards. [Bethesda Magazine] Most Marylanders For Gun Control Measures — Maryland voters favor a state assault weapons ban by a 62 percent to 35 percent margin and 71 percent support limiting gun magazines to 10 bullets, according to a poll. Gov. Martin O'Malley (D) has suggested he would pursue such laws in the General Assembly. [Baltimore Sun] Flickr photo by Bill in DC

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