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December 28, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

‘Just Kind Of A Band-Aid’: Marylanders, Including Gov. Larry Hogan, Say COVID-19 Relief Bill Doesn’t Go Far Enough:

Plan Would Reallocate $6.5 Million In Howard County Funds For Coronavirus-Related Needs:

Gov. Hogan Says He Expects To Get COVID-19 Vaccine In January:

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott Names Former Running Mate Shea As City Solicitor:

Port Covington Attracts Opportunity Zone Investment, Plus Other New Details On TIF Bond Sale:

Early Legislative Priorities Of 2021: HBCU Funding, Environmental Service Reform:

Baltimore Announces Ethical Policing Program As Department Continues Disciplinary Reform Measures:

Next in Line for the Senate, Most Likely: Del. Michael Jackson:

Kopp, Franchot Join Calls for State Aid to Local Governments:

State Launches COVID-19 Vaccination Data Dashboard:

Maryland Board of Public Works – January 6, 2021 Agenda:

Baltimore County Caps Food App Delivery Fees:

Longtime MD Senate President Mike Miller Resigns Seat, Citing Health:

Mayor Scott Establishes New Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement:

Maryland Judiciary to Remain in Phase II for Spring:

Federal News

Members of Congress to Trump: Sign stimulus bill:

Governors on Covid-19 policies: ‘We were all trying to figure this thing out as we went’:

United Kingdom to roll out Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine in January:

New coronavirus variant reaches Canada, Japan and several EU countries:

Expanded unemployment benefits lapse with relief bill in limbo:

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