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October 15, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Md. Lawmakers Express Fears Of Spike In Foreclosures, Evictions:

Incoming Greater Baltimore Committee Chair Calvin Butler Will Work To Improve Inclusion:

Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Citing 2018 Capital Gazette Shooting, Asks Supreme Court Nominee Amy Barrett About Threats To Free Speech:

Bill Henry: Give Baltimore City Council A Real Voice In Spending By Voting Yes For Question F:

Down to their last dollars, living off family and friends, these Marylanders are still waiting for unemployment payments:

Citing death of Breonna Taylor in Louisville, State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby wants to ban no-knock warrants in Baltimore:

The U.S. Census count ends Friday — and Baltimore is lagging behind. Here’s what you need to know.:

Anne Arundel County wants to purchase flood-prone homes in pilot buyout program:

Health Department to distribute free masks to Harford County businesses:

What Happens in Md. if the Supreme Court Strikes Down the Affordable Care Act?:

Josh Kurtz: Around the Maryland Political World:

Before Voters Head to Polls, AG Frosh Issues Warning Against Intimidation:

Prince George’s School Construction P3 Plan Draws Backlash Before Board Vote:

Comcast to Expand Broadband Service in Cecil:

Federal News

Trump campaign Twitter account apparently suspended:

Bidenworld fires warning shot against Cabinet jockeying:

‘He’s getting a bit desperate’: Trump tramples government boundaries as election nears:

Senate Judiciary Committee sets vote to advance Barrett’s nomination:

Wall Street starts to move on to President Biden:

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