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November 18, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Montgomery Council Introduces Bill to Prohibit School Resource Officers:

‘This Is Not The Flu. It’s Not Fake News’ | Gov. Larry Hogan Pleads With Marylanders To Help Prevent The Spread Of COVID:

Gov. Hogan To Restrict Indoor Capacity To 50%, Restaurants To Close By 10 P.M. Effective Friday:

Montgomery County Officials React To Maryland Governor’s New Virus Restrictions:

Scott Raises Close To $100,000 In Baltimore Mayoral Campaign’s Last Days; Nick Mosby Makes Deadline After Earlier Misses:

Second Round Of CARES Act Funds For Harford Businesses Will Be Expedited As Hogan Announces More COVID-19 Restrictions:

AFSCME Members Travel Across Maryland Calling For Additional Protections For Essential State Workers:

Two Montgomery Lawmakers Propose Bill To Remove Police From Schools:

Franchot Plans to Campaign for Governor ‘Like a Tiger’ — And Lays Out Early Priorities:

Md. Climate Commission Seeks More Ambitious Plan, But Some Say It’s Still Not Enough:

$2.8 Million Public-Private Partnership to Fund Coastal Resilience Work on the Shore:

Frederick Announces $425k Grant Awards for Community Nonprofits:

Anne Arundel Doubles Down on Efforts to Reduce Sediment Pollution:

Worcester Announces Restaurant Relief Grant Program:

Montgomery Council Approves Growth and Infrastructure Policy, Ends Building Moratorium:

Federal News

Biden builds team for Senate confirmation battles:

Biden’s big challenge: A growing racial wealth gap:

Pfizer to seek emergency OK of vaccine ‘within days’:

FDA authorizes first at-home coronavirus test:

Pelosi to secure nomination to lead Dems amid narrow majority:

DHS cyber chief out after debunking Trump’s election claims:

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