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December 14, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Hogan Seeks To Draw $250M From Transportation Fund To Save Purple Line:

Lawmakers Eye Changes To Police ‘Bill Of Rights,’ Cite Need For Oversight:

Franchot Seeks ‘Maryland Stimulus’ As State Revenue Projections Tick Upward:

Marylanders Have Until December 15 To Sign Up For Health Insurance Through State Marketplace:

Who Will Get Vaccinated First? Maryland’s COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Timeline In 4 Phases:

Baltimore County Executive Says School Officials Are Refusing To Provide Information About Ransomware Attack:

The Electoral College Meets Monday. Who Are Maryland’s Electors?:

Inmates Will Be Among First to Receive COVID-19 Vaccination in Md.:

For Fundraisers During Pandemic, Lawmakers Get Creative to Bring Supporters Together:

State Bumps Up Revenue Projections, Marylanders Still Suffering:

Montgomery Council Approves An Additional $25.7 Million for COVID-19 Relief:

Frederick Limits Indoor Gatherings to Slow COVID Surge:

County Executive Hornberger Announces Key Appointments:

Federal News

Critical care nurse is first in New York to receive Covid-19 vaccine:

Electoral College set to affirm Biden’s victory:

Bipartisan group to offer 2-part coronavirus relief package:

Lamar Alexander: Trump needs to ‘put the country first’ and accept election results:

Trump tells allies he will run in 2024, but hints he may back out:

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