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January 14, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

House GOP to Get New Leadership — After Session:

Maryland Legislature Gets Down To The ‘People’s Business’ With Less Pomp, More Reflection On 2021 Opening Day:

Ferguson: ‘This Session Will Not Be Easy’:

Hogan Opens Session With Controversial Appointments:

Lawmakers Ask for More Clarity in State Vaccine Plan:

ACLU Releases Legislative Priorities With An Eye Towards Major Police Reform:

Speaker Hands Out Gavels, Shuffles Committee Assignments:

Promises to Work Together — But Also Glaring Differences — as Unprecedented Session Begins:

Frederick School Budget Seeks $26M Increase, Requesting $6.5M for Academic Recovery:

Maryland Gov. Hogan to offer coronavirus vaccine update Thursday:

Hogan wants lawmakers to act quickly on COVID relief:

Hogan scheduled to have surgery for cancerous cells Friday:

Session’s first day: No crowds, no traffic in a ‘ghost town’:

Federal News

Trump becomes first president to be impeached twice:

Unemployment filings explode again as pandemic slams job market:

America is tuning out the coronavirus at the peak of its destruction:

2 Virginia police officers charged over Capitol riots:

Trump publicly calls for “no violence” and peaceful transition:

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