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November 12, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Anne Arundel Executive Hosts Re-Election Fundraiser, Launches Advocacy And Lobbying Nonprofit ‘Future Matters’:

Md. Dem Activists Mobilizing For 2 Ga. Senate Runoffs:

Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris Inspires Black Women In Prince George’s, Highlights HBCU Pride:

Maryland hospitals rush to buy ultra-cold freezers to provide COVID-19 vaccines a warm welcome:

Neall’s Departure Part of a ‘One-Two Punch’ for Hogan as COVID Cases Spike:

Anne Arundel’s New Charter Amendments Will Reshape Local Government:

Md. Environmental Advocates Enthused About Biden’s Victory:

Business Groups Cheer Highway Plan; Glendening Calls State Approach ‘Nonsense’:

Maryland’s Federal Courts Will Close to Public Amidst COVID-19 Surge:

MD Board of Ed Selects Firm to Lead Search for State Superintendent:

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

Montgomery Tightens Capacity Limits Amid Statewide COVID Surge:

General Assembly will consider right to counsel for tenants, lawmakers say:

Anne Arundel executive Steuart Pittman will implement coronavirus restrictions Thursday; county records 160 new cases, 1 new death:

Owner of Brandon Shores and Wagner power plants in Pasadena will stop burning coal by end of 2025:

Federal News

Trump aides privately plot a flurry of moves in their final 10 weeks:

Ronna McDaniel expected to stay on as RNC chair:

Biden announces Ron Klain will be White House chief of staff:

Biden forms special Covid transition team:

The biggest surprises of the 2020 Democratic House debacle:

Biden confronts staffing crisis at federal agencies:

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