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December 8, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Mayor-Elect Scott Names City Administrator, Chief of Staff:

Cecil Swears In County Executive Hornberger and Council Members Gregory, Meffley:

Howard Announces Comprehensive Serology Testing Strategy:

Worcester Commissioners Re-Elect Mitrecic and Elder as President, Vice President:

Maryland Board of Public Works – December 16, 2020 Agenda:

Board of State Canvassers Certifies State Election Results:

Baltimore Mayor Young, Who Didn’t Plan On Holding City’s Top Job, Leaves Office. He ‘Steered The Ship Through Some Troubled Times.’:

Baltimore City Council Overrides Mayor’s Vetoes On Job Protections For Hospitality Workers Affected By Coronavirus Pandemic:

Maryland Casinos Generate $130.4M In November, Down More Than 7% From Last Year:

Gun Demand Spikes In Maryland, Nationally Amid Fears Of Increased Regulation After Biden Win, Unrest, Experts Say:

Maryland Prepares To Launch Vast Coronavirus Vaccine Messaging Program As FDA Weighs Approval:

Anne Arundel County Council Will Be Led By Two Women For The Second Year In A Row:

In Prince George’s County, Black Women Rule:

House Speaker Intends to Reintroduce HBCU Funding Bill Instead of Overriding Gov. Hogan’s Veto:

Workgroup Seeks Changes to Domestic Violence, Custody and Abuse Proceedings:

Federal News

Biden picks retired general Lloyd Austin to run Pentagon:

Trump’s health nemesis gets a new starring role: Reversing Trump’s policies:

Trump adviser Kudlow praises Yellen Treasury nomination by Biden:

FDA says Pfizer vaccine is safe and effective:

Hawley urges Trump to veto Covid bill absent stimulus checks:

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