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October 21, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

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

Ballot Boxes Secured To Prevent Tampering, But Maryland Voters Can Still Drop Off Ballots 24/7:

FBI, Maryland Officials Warn Of Voter Suppression Schemes, Some On Social Media:

Maryland Plans 2-Phase Distribution Plan For Coronavirus Vaccine Once It’s Available:

Maryland Adds 18,200 Jobs In September; Unemployment Jumps To 7.2%: Labor Report:

State Providing Funds to Connect At-Risk Teens With Mental Health Services:

Scott Names Transition Team Leaders as Foe’s Poll Shows Tightening Mayoral Election:

Hogan Weighs In on Statewide Ballot Questions:

MSDE to Hold Public Hearing on Pre-K and K Regulations:

Montgomery Announces Restaurant and Retail Grant Program:

9-1-1 Commission Convenes to Consider Legislative Recommendations:

Federal News

Biden braces for Trump’s attacks on Hunter at debate:

Obama goes full throttle for Biden:

Hope for a Covid relief deal lives on:

Poll: Majority says Senate should confirm Amy Coney Barrett:

Judge tosses lawsuit challenging DeVos’ sexual misconduct rule for schools, colleges:

Joe Biden’s big lead on health care issues:

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