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October 22, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Maryland’s Most Powerful Black Politician Targets The Nation’s Strongest Police Protections:

Baltimore County Adding 31 Ballot Drop Boxes For 2020 General Election:

Baltimore IG Report Faults Officers For Allowing Ex-Deputy Comptroller Inside City Hall, Where She Shredded Papers:

Md. Elections Officials Say Video’s Allegation Of Ballot Fraud Is Untrue. But It’s Already Gone Viral.:

School Construction Project Passed By School Board In Maryland:

Here’s How Morgan State Is Building A $110 Million Medical School Without State Funds:

Five Takeaways From A Legislative Hearing About Maryland’s School Reopening Plans:

Local Superintendents and Lawmakers Still Seeking Statewide Protocols for Reopening Schools:

Rep. Trone & Del. Fraser-Hidalgo: Latinx Community Is Being Left Behind:

Frosh, Trone: More Needed After Justice Department Settlement With Purdue Pharma:

Hogan’s business aid plan: How much, and how fast?:

State Launches $10 Million Farmer COVID Relief Program:

Howard Board of Elections Receives $700K COVID-19 Response Grant:

October 21 Board of Public Works Meeting: What Counties Need to Know:

Federal News

Trump seeds the ground for possible loss with personal attacks:

Senate panel paves way for Barrett’s Supreme Court confirmation:

Senate Judiciary approves subpoenas for Twitter, Facebook CEOs over bias charges:

Trump national security adviser says president will respect results of election:

The pandemic is getting worse again:

Biden says he will appoint commission on Supreme Court reform:

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