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October 26, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Reminder: Early In-Person Voting Starts Monday In Maryland:

Betting On The Future: Maryland Makes Plans For A Windfall:

Hogan Says Md. Localities Staying Out Of Stage 3 Of Reopening Are ‘Hurting Our Business Community’:

Former Baltimore Mayor Dixon Endorses Primary Rival Scott As Early Voting Nears:

Despite Covid, Maryland Is On Track To See Its Second-Largest Annual VC Intake Ever:

Hogan: Local Jurisdictions To Distribute Funding To Qualifying Restaurants:

Carroll County Commissioners Doling Out $1.89M In COVID-19 Relief Funds, Pledge $500K For Restaurants, Businesses:

Rural Maryland County First To Close Schools Amid Coronavirus Surge:

Help For Restaurants Is On The Menu:

Hundreds Of Thousands More Marylanders Turned To SNAP Benefits To Eat During Pandemic:

State and Federal Authorities Are Said to Be Probing Hogan’s Ex-Chief of Staff:

Push for Puerto Rico Statehood Has Myriad Political Implications, Including for D.C. Area:

Maryland Board of Public Works – November 4, 2020 Agenda:

Frederick Expands COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program:

Enthusiasm, determination drive voters to early voting on first day in Maryland:

Early voting in Maryland begins today. Here’s what you need to know:

Federal News

Meadows doubles down on pandemic remarks: ‘We’re not going to control it’:

Amy Coney Barrett on the verge of confirmation:

As Covid threat surges, Trump and Pence try 2 acts to save GOP ticket:

Biden flips script on Trump in campaign’s final week:

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