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Baltimore City leaders react to Catherine Pugh’s resignation, Jack Young now Mayor

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Baltimore City leaders react to Catherine Pugh’s resignation, Jack Young now Mayor

Baltimore City leaders react to Catherine Pugh’s resignation, Jack Young now Mayor

Long-awaited change came to Baltimore City Hall as Mayor Catherine Pugh resigned in the midst of continued fallout from the Health Holly scandal.

Former City Council President Jack Young now assumes the office, and city leader galvanize to lead the city through the turmoil.

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