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October 20, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Alsobrooks: Prince George’s Plan To Build Schools Will Help Students And The Community:

Gov. Larry Hogan Supports Ballot Question On Sports Betting, Opposes Changes To Budget Process:

Baltimore Council President Scott Proposes E-Cigarette Tax To Help City Deal With Revenue Losses:

Hogan Explains Vote For Ronald Reagan In 2020 Presidential Race: ‘I Don’t Think Either One Of The Candidates Is The Right Choice’:

Aide To Maryland House Speakers Joins Gordon Feinblatt As Lobbyist:

Greater Baltimore Committee Report Identifies Top Family-Supporting Jobs In Region Over Next Decade:

Greater Washington Black Chamber Of Commerce Names First Executive Director:

Sports Gambling Referendum Enjoys Public Support, But Key Questions Remain:

Md. Student Chosen for National Board of Gun Violence Prevention Organization:

Feds Grant Maryland Over $20 Million for Drinking Water Projects:

Harford Earns Clean Audit, Ends FY 2020 with $27M Surplus:

House Subcommittees Briefed by Experts and Agencies on Telehealth in Maryland:

Comptroller’s Office Earns GFOA Award for Excellence in Financial Reporting:

Baltimore County Announces Expanded Grants to Support Local Businesses:

Federal News

Trump administration launches antitrust salvo against Google:

McCarthy locking up support for GOP leader despite fears of losses:

Biden eyes GOP candidates for Cabinet slots:

Trump taps 2016 brain trust to stage another stunner in 2020:

USA Today breaks tradition by endorsing Joe Biden:






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