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December 18, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Maryland Spent $5.8 Million On A Youth Jail Against Expert Advice. Now Its Closure Could Mark A Shift In Juvenile Justice:

Maryland Gov. Hogan Issues Order Banning Nonessential Travel To Limit Coronavirus Spread During Holidays:

More Than 15K Unemployment Claims Submitted Last Week In Maryland:

Baltimore Democratic Del. Brooke Lierman First To Jump Into 2022 Race For State Comptroller:

Maryland’s Next Allocation Of Pfizer Coronavirus Vaccine May Be Reduced, State Officials Say:

Trone Headed For Coveted Committee Assignment in 117th Congress:

Family of Anton Black, who died at the hands of police on the Eastern Shore, files lawsuit alleging a cover-up, excessive force:

Maryland Speaker Jones urges Gov. Hogan to intervene in January federal execution case:

Jim Shea, retired Venable chairman, is Scott’s top choice for City Solicitor:

House Sends Rep. Trone’s Inmate Mental Health Bill to President:

State Fiscal Leaders: It’s Time to Tap Cash Reserves:

Anne Arundel Swears In New Chief of Police:

Hogan Announces Three Judicial Appointments:

The Rockefeller Foundation Adds Baltimore City to Opportunity Collective Grant Program:

Maryland Achieves Top Ten Ranking for Energy Efficiency:

Federal News

Trump pardons expected today:

Vice President Pence receives COVID-19 vaccine live on television:

Cyberhack looks like act of war:

Congress still mired in stimulus talks hours before funding deadline:

Kathleen Rice beats out AOC for spot on coveted House committee:

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