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January 4, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Condemns ‘Scheme’ By Republican Senators To Undermine Presidential Election Results:

Maryland Explores Statewide Mandate On Police Body Cameras:

‘I Know That Next Year Will Be Better Than This Year’: Brandon Scott, Baltimore’s New Mayor, Offers Message Of Hope For New Year:

COVID Restriction Battle: New Push To Limit Anne Arundel County Executive’s Power; More Businesses File Lawsuit:

While Schools Have Reopened In Much Of The Country, Many Maryland Students Remain Online:

Access To Education, HBCU Funding Among Higher Ed Priorities In 2021:

Ineligible People Registering For Vaccines Meant For Essential Workers In Howard County, Health Agency Says:

Lawmakers’ Pre-Session Dash for Cash Now Underway, Via Zoom:

Raskin Family Sets Up Memorial Fund in Honor of Congressman’s Son:

Juvenile Detention Declined, Yet Black Children Detained at High Rate:

Baltimore City 9-1-1 Specialist Dies from COVID-19 Related Symptoms:

Property Values Rise 8.1% According to SDAT’s 2021 Reassessment:

Federal News

Trump’s pressure on Georgia election officials raises legal questions:

Why Georgia election officials secretly recorded Trump:

Raffensperger: Trump could face investigation over election call:

McConnell Party vs. Trump Party:

Poor vaccine planning could increase the pandemic’s racial divide:

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