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December 2, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

‘A Slow Takeoff’: 1st Batch Of Coronavirus Vaccines For Maryland Only Enough For Half Of Front-Line Health Care Workers:

2 Md. Organizations Share In $750K From Kaiser Permanente To Address Homelessness:

Preview the 2021 Session “Big Picture”:

Hogan Names Acting Health Secretary As Concern About COVID Hospitalizations Mounts:

Hogan Praises Bipartisan Push For Pandemic Relief As Md. Senators Seek Additional Funding To Aid Jobless:

Baltimore Mayor-Elect Brandon Scott Announces Transition Team:

Emergent BioSolutions Gearing Up To Mass-Produce Future COVID-19 Vaccine:

Harford County COVID-19 Grant Applications Due Dec. 4 As CARES Act Deadline Looms:

University Of Maryland Medical Center Set To Open 16-Bed Modular Care Unit For COVID-19 Patients:

Baltimore County Seeks To Refinance $3 Billion In Bonds, Issue Millions For School, Infrastructure Projects:

Baltimore City Residents Seek Police Accountability Measures, More Education Funding in Next Session:

COVID-19 Has Thrown Costs And Benefits at State’s Fledgling Health Agencies:

Prince George’s Council Elects Hawkins as Chair, Taveras as Vice-Chair:

Hogan Moves to Ramp Up Hospital Staff Capacity as COVID-19 Cases Surge:

Montgomery Council Elects Tom Hucker as President, Gabe Albornoz as Vice President:

Frosh Urges Congress to Extend CARES Act Spending Deadline:

Federal News

Trump to restart foreign deals, breaking a post-presidency norm:

Biden backs up Tanden as Republicans attack her tweets:

Democrats spend millions to hammer Perdue, Loeffler on controversial stock trades:

Lawmakers to Biden: ‘Step it up’ on Cabinet diversity:

Obama: Criminal justice reformers ‘lost a big audience’ with defund the police rhetoric:

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