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November 11, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

As COVID Cases Rise Into ‘Danger Zone,’ Hogan Tightens Restrictions:

Maryland Officials Warn Against Non-Essential Travel To 35 States Due To COVID-19 Surge:

Hopkins Officials, Others With Ties To Maryland To Serve On Biden-Harris Transition Team:

Maryland Gov. Hogan Says Republican ‘Brand’ Could Be Tarnished At Pivotal Time If GOP Refuses To Accept Election Results:

Montgomery Co. Brings Back Tighter COVID-19 Restrictions On Businesses, Restaurants:

Maryland Businesses Ask Lawmakers To Nix Ad Tax:

Schools Grapple With Scaled-Back Reopening Plans As COVID-19 Cases In Maryland Surge:

Montgomery County Tentatively Approves Plan To Reopen School Buildings In 2021:

Department Of Health Offers COVID-19 Exposure Tracking App:

Baltimore Region May See New Comprehensive Mental Health Crisis Care:

Feds Grant $100k to Help Low-Income Families With Home Repairs in Anne Arundel, Charles:

Harford Dedicates $1 Million to Help Residents Pay Water and Sewer Bills:

Anne Arundel Launches Volunteer Fire Company Grant Program:

Anne Arundel Public Library to Offer Wi-Fi Hotspot Kits and Chromebooks:

Federal News

‘A grand scheme’: Trump’s election defiance consumes GOP:

BioNTech/Pfizer and Commission reach coronavirus vaccine deal:

Team Biden sees Trump’s post-election fight as comedy of errors:

Pelosi floats above Democrats’ civil war:

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