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January 12, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Gov. Hogan Proposes $1B In Emergency Economic Relief For Low-Income Families, Small Businesses:

Sun Previews Session “Major Issues”:

Maryland State Police Preparing For Armed Protesters At State House Next Week As FBI Issues Nationwide Warning:

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan: ‘No Question’ President Trump Is Responsible For Inciting US Capitol Riot:

Anne Arundel Now Has The Worst Rate Of Coronavirus Spread Among 8 Most Populous Counties; County Adds 432 Coronavirus Cases:

Baltimore-Area Officials Back State Legislators’ Renewed Push To Provide More Transit Money:

Maryland’s educators are a top vaccine priority. But health officials say getting them shots could take months.:

Coronavirus restrictions force culture change for Maryland lawmakers, lobbyists, activists as session nears:

Maryland Senate leaders release slate of recommendations on racial inequities:

Preparing to Override Blueprint Bill Veto, Lawmakers Say State Has Enough Money to Fund It Through ’26:

Senate’s New GOP Leaders Pledge Cooperation But Vow to ‘Fight Back’ When Necessary:

Sen. Washington & Del. Jazz Lewis: Time to End the Sale of Flavored Tobacco in Maryland:

Legislative Leaders, Frosh Lay Out Racial Justice Priorities for Legislative Session:

Businesses of every sort looking for help during 2021 session:

Federal News

Inside Pelosi’s push to impeach Trump: This time it’s personal:

Pentagon authorizes up to 15,000 National Guardsmen to support inauguration:

Bolton urges Republicans to ‘purge the taint of Trumpism’:

McCarthy says Trump accepted some responsibility for Capitol riot:

Biden team launching push to confirm national security nominees ASAP:

Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine expected to provide immunity for 1 year:

New England coach Bill Belichick turns down Trump’s presidential medal offer:

Large corporations cut off political donations after Capitol siege:

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