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January 5, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Rocky Start To Maryland’s COVID-19 Vaccination Program Raises Concerns:

Uncertainty Is Only Constant For Baltimore Restaurants As City’s COVID-19 Positivity Rate Remains Over 5%:

Minority-Owned Companies Waited Months For PPP Loans, Data Shows:

State Positivity Rate Continues To Climb Above 9%, Hospitalizations Rising; Vaccination Rate Just Over 1% Of Population:

Md. Health Connection Again Extends Special Enrollment Period:

Baltimore County Eliminates Home Monitoring Fees For Pre-Trial, Sentenced Individuals:

Maryland Gov. Hogan to address coronavirus vaccine rollout issues Tuesday:

Bowie Democratic Mayor Tim Adams inches closer to run for comptroller:

Tommy Raskin, 25, son of Maryland Rep. Jamie Raskin, is remembered in family tribute for ‘perfect’ heart and soul:

Julian Jones elected Baltimore County Council chair a second time:

Tenants’ Advocates and Landlords Push for Rental Assistance at Senate Briefing:

Federal News

Trump’s Electoral College scheme divides 2024 GOP successors:

How Georgia’s runoffs break down:

A tense, tectonic 48 hours:

New woes for the unemployed in 2021:

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