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December 3, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Advocates: Homeowners Still In Danger Of Foreclosure Despite State, Federal Orders:

Maryland’s Purchase Of 500K COVID-19 Tests From South Korea Being Audited, Acting Health Secretary Says:

CDC Outlines Vaccine Priorities; Md.’S Initial Allocation Is A ‘Tiny Fraction’ Of What’s Needed:

Van Hollen, Lawmakers Unveil Anti-Slavery Constitutional Amendment:

As His 51st Session Approaches, Miller Vows to ‘Fully Participate, as I’m Able’:

After Hours of Testimony, Board of Public Works Approves Eastern Shore Pipeline Permit:

Gun rights advocates renew challenge to Md. assault weapons ban:

Md. Black lawmakers say sports betting must include minority equity:

Maryland legislative audit to evaluate coronavirus spending, including purchases of tests from South Korean firm:

December 2 Board of Public Works Meeting: What Counties Need to Know:

Montgomery to Distribute Thousands of COVID Kits to Hardest-Hit Communities:

Baltimore County Opens Checkbook to Residents:

Federal News

Harris taps Tina Flournoy as chief of staff:

Advocates push Biden to reverse Trump policies keeping immigrant doctors from Covid hot spots:

Obama: I will take Covid vaccine if Fauci says it’s safe:

Raimondo emerges as frontrunner for HHS secretary:

Rep. McMorris Rodgers will make history as first woman at top of Energy and Commerce:

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