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December 15, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Maryland’s Electors Cast Their 10 Electoral College Votes For Biden:

‘Worthy of mercy’: Maryland’s longest-serving woman behind bars wins her freedom amid coronavirus concerns:

Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman To Give State Of The County Address Online Tuesday Night:

Maryland Attorney General Frosh, U.S. Target Rising ‘Deceptive Income Schemes’ During Coronavirus Pandemic:

Mayor Brandon Scott Rescinds Young’s Termination Notice For West Baltimore Nonprofit:

Restaurateurs Gather To Urge Baltimore Mayor Scott To Roll Back Dining Restrictions; Others Accept That They’ll Have To Adapt:

As More Baltimore County Bars Are Fined For Coronavirus Offenses, Official Warns Of Additional Restrictions:

Maryland Examining Wastewater for Coronavirus:

What to know about Maryland’s plans to distribute the coronavirus vaccine, set to arrive this week:

Howard Announces $500K in Energy Assistance for Vulnerable Residents:

State Bumps Up Revenue Projections, Marylanders Still Suffering:

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

Lawmakers eye changes to police ‘bill of rights,’ cite need for oversight:

Federal News

‘Time for everybody to move on’: Senate GOP accepts Biden’s win:

Congress nears deal on $1.4 trillion government funding measure:

Attorney General William Barr to step down:

Fauci: Biden and Trump should get Covid-19 vaccine:

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