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January 11, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Governor To Announce COVID-19 Economic Relief Monday Morning:

Maryland Lawmakers Eye One-Cent Increase In Alcohol Tax To Address Health Disparities:

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Faults Trump For Capitol Raid, Won’t Call On Rep. Andy Harris To Resign:

Advocacy Groups, Political Leaders Ramp Up Pressure On Lawmakers, Hogan For More Relief:

Federal Pandemic Paycheck Protection Program To Reopen Monday With New Focus On Smaller Employers In Underserved Communities:

Baltimore Mayor Extends Dining Ban At Least One Week: ‘Lives Are More Important Than Money’:

Juanita Miller Succeeds Alvin Thornton As Chair Of Prince George’s Board Of Education:

Maryland Breaks Previous COVID-19 Records, Confirmed Cases Now Surpass 300,000:

Morgan State University Alumna Named Head Of U.S. Capitol Police Following Riots:

Annapolis Overdose Fatalities Likely Doubled In 2020, Anne Arundel Sees 20% Increase:

Anne Arundel Grants $150,000 to Bring Internet Service to Low-Income Students:

Inequities exposed by coronavirus pandemic drive agenda for Maryland General Assembly:

Maryland General Assembly key issues for 2021:

Federal News

Pelosi to move forward with impeachment if Pence doesn’t act to remove Trump:

‘There is a palpable concern’: Biden presses advisers over 100 million Covid shot goal:

Impeachment looms as fury grows over new details of Capitol attack:

Democrats to Biden: Go big on executive actions, even with Senate control:

Kamala Harris gains prominent new role thanks to Democrats’ Senate majority:

D.C. mayor pushes for enhanced security surrounding Inauguration Day:

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