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November 10, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Local Leaders Say Gov. Hogan Hasn’t Held Pandemic Call For Five Months, Ask To Work Together Amid Coronavirus Surge:

Maryland Legislators Release Plans For 2021 Session Amid Rise In COVID-19 Cases:

Coalition Pushes To Block Digital Advertising Tax In Maryland:

Maryland Casinos Report A Modest Revenue Drop In October:

Maryland Schools Begin Rolling Back In-Person Learning Plans As Coronavirus Cases Rise:

Maryland Starts Publicly Reporting COVID-19 Outbreaks At Schools:

Hogan Has To Build Consensus For Maryland’s Next Steps As Coronavirus Surges:

Baltimore County Providing Additional Money For Coronavirus-Related Expenses For Schools And Restaurants:

CARES Deadline Approaching, Have a Plan, Look to PPE:

MD Labor Provides Sweeping Update on Unemployment Benefits:

Charles Announces Restaurant Relief Grant Program:

Cecil Announces Restaurant Relief Grant Program:

Prince George’s Launches On-Demand Rideshare Service:

Calvert Launches Restaurant Relief Program:

Pandemic Prompts Howard’s Spending Affordability Committee to Convene Ahead of Schedule:

Federal News

Valerie Biden Owens previews brother’s governing style:

Biden transition starts congressional outreach:

Kevin McCarthy: AOC “runs the floor” for House Democrats:

GOP humors Trump on election court challenges:

Loeffler, Perdue call on Georgia’s Republican secretary of state to resign:

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