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October 13, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Senate Republicans Pick Simonaire, Hough as New Leaders:

Majority Of Marylanders Support Major Police Overhaul, Poll Finds:

What Maryland Is Doing To Ensure Election Security This Year:

Referendum Would Upend More Than A Century Of Governors’ Control Over Budgets, Give More Power To Legislators:

MDOT Takes Over Rail Contracts From Purple Line Contractors:

Gambling Companies Spend More Than $2M On Sports Betting Ads:

Maryland Schools Will Have To Report Any Coronavirus Cases — But Health Officials Don’t Plan To Publicize The Data:

Franchot: We Can’t Let Main Street Become A Ghost Town:

Delegates Charkoudian and W. Fisher: Honoring All Americans:

State Fiscal Leaders: Federal Stimulus Key to Economic Recovery:

Body Camera Taskforce Meeting Focuses on Transparency and Access of Footage Under MPIA:

MD Unemployment Claims Soar in Past Week:

Meet the 5 people entrusted with preserving democracy in Maryland — and the right to vote — in the midst of a pandemic:

Federal News

Senators settle old grudges as Barrett confirmation hearing starts:

How Biden could end 2020 on election night — and why Trump’s path is unlikely:

How Democrats hope to defeat Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination:

Progressives press Biden to recruit Warren allies, setting up conflict in party:

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