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December 9, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Baltimore to shut down indoor and outdoor dining as coronavirus surge continues:

COVID Vaccines Could Be In Maryland By Dec. 14, First Responders, Hospital Health Care Workers, Long-Term Care Residents, Staff Will Get It First:

Brandon Scott Sworn In As Baltimore Mayor, Addresses ‘Public Health Emergencies’ Of COVID-19 And Gun Violence:

Maryland Gov. Hogan’s Ex-Chief Of Staff, Roy McGrath, To Testify In Payout Inquiry Next Week:

Gov. Larry Hogan, Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford Promise To Take COVID Vaccine In Public:

Maryland Schools Chief Urges Systems To Bring Back Small Groups Of Students, Despite Virus Surge:

Coalition Of Frontline Workers Urges COVID-19 Labor Protections:

Mosby: New Baltimore City Council Will Invest In ‘Transparency, Virtual Access And Staff’:

County Leaders Call for Unified Action to Protect Public Health:

MSDE Announces School Year Priorities, Focus on Return to In-Person Instruction:

Legislation Proposed to Protect Essential Workers as the Pandemic Worsens:

Federal News

Bipartisan lawmakers unveil detailed $908B coronavirus relief plan:

Yang calling NYC elected officials to gauge mayoral run:

Terry McAuliffe announces another run for Virginia governor:

What Vilsack as Biden’s agriculture secretary means for energy and climate:

Biden Picks Marcia Fudge for HUD and Tom Vilsack for Agriculture Secretary:

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