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November 19, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Hogan Signs Executive Order To Allow Early Release For Prisoners To Slow The Spread Of Coronavirus:

Maryland Will Seek New Purple Line Concessionaire If Talks With Original Firms Fail, Transit Official Says:

Baltimore Approves More Than $10 Million In GTTF Settlements:

Three Black-Led Baltimore Nonprofits Launch Joint Funding, Training Effort:

Pfizer And BioNTech Say Final Analysis Shows Coronavirus Vaccine Is 95% Effective With No Safety Concerns:

Prince George’s County Is Aiming To Make Kids’ Meals Healthier:

Charles to Hold Hearing on Establishing Resilience Authority:

Ag Preservation and Program Open Space: State Agencies Brief Committee:

EPA Calls for Increase to National Recycling Rate:

November 18 Board of Public Works Meeting: What Counties Need to Know:

Federal Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Challenging Governor Hogan’s COVID-19 Restrictions:

After Rejection, Advocates Continue Push to Remove Confederate Talbot Boys Monument:

Md.’s Budget Should Be More Comprehensive and Understandable:

Homelessness in Maryland Worsens During COVID-19 Pandemic:

Health Department Officials Warn Against COVID-Fatigue, Urge Marylanders to Continue Masking and Distancing:

Federal News

Biden mounts lobbying blitz to crack GOP resistance to his transition:

Republicans seek to stymie Biden with final Trump nominees:

CEOs abandon Trump:

Oxford University coronavirus vaccine trials show strong immune response:

Nancy Pelosi re-elected as House Democratic leader:

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