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December 17, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Legislative Budget Panel Recommends Dipping Into Reserves To Address Anticipated Shortfalls:

With New Members In Place, Baltimore Spending Board Beefs Up Transparency On Conflicts Of Interest:

Anne Arundel Backtracks On Outdoor Dining Ban, Keeps COVID Prohibitions On ‘Gatherings’:

Franchot Questions Lack Of Vaccines For Western Maryland:

Anne Arundel Restaurant Workers, Owners Rally As Judge Temporarily Blocks Shutdown:

MacKenzie Scott Donates Tens Of Millions To Bowie State, D.C.-Area Nonprofits:

Montgomery Co. Health Care Workers Receiving First Doses Of COVID-19 Vaccine:

McGrath Keeps Mum as Committee Probes Lavish Spending, Large Severance:

Civil Rights Groups Push for Funding to Address Inequities at Baltimore Public Schools:

BPW OKs Extra Funds to Modify Purple Line Contract:

Rep. Brown Promotes From Within to Hire New Chief of Staff:

Baltimore County Advisory Group Aimed at Equitable Policing Releases Interim Report:

Federal News

Groups mount lobbying blitz to be next in line for Covid shots:

Jobless claims rise to 885,000 amid resurgence of virus:

Liberal senators set to pressure Biden on climate change:

The U.S. spent $3.8 trillion on health care last year:

Biden set to take coronavirus vaccine in public next week:

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