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January 13, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Previewing Maryland General Assembly 2021 Session Amid COVID-19 Pandemic:

Hogan addresses pandemic relief, vaccines, police reform:

No ‘Credible, Detailed’ Threats To Annapolis, But Hogan Says Security Will Be Tightened:

Hogan’s Latest Redistricting Gambit: A 9-Member Commission:

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

Coronavirus Restrictions Force Culture Change For Maryland Lawmakers, Lobbyists, Activists As Session Nears:

Meet the Freshmen: New Faces for the 442nd General Assembly Session:

A Legislative Session Like No Other:

Confused About the Rules of the 2021 Legislative Session? We’re Here to Help:

Montgomery Leverages CARES Funds to Offer Outdoor WiFi at Public Libraries:

Hogan Executive Order Establishes New Redistricting Commission:

2 cases of new coronavirus variant detected in Maryland; Anne Arundel family in quarantine:

Maryland Rep. Jamie Raskin named lead impeachment manager for trial against President Donald Trump:

Maryland elections board chair to resign, urges panel to oversee elections all can view as ‘fair and honest’:

Maryland Gov. Hogan sounds caution about scrapping COVID-19 vaccine plans to redistribute second doses:

For legislative leaders, it’s COVID, COVID and COVID:

Federal News

‘Clear and present danger to the republic’: House readies bipartisan impeachment of Trump:

Inside Joe Biden’s plan to avoid a midterm ‘shellacking’:

Biden picks Samantha Power to lead USAID:

Trump’s approval rating craters in final days:

Top Republicans want Trump done — forevermore:

What’s on Biden labor secretary nominee’s to-do list:

How Biden could help speed up coronavirus vaccinations:

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