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October 30, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Maryland, D.C., Fairfax Officials Urge Voters To Avoid Mailing Ballots, Use Drop Boxes Instead:

‘A Tsunami Waiting To Happen’: Lawmakers, Advocates Say Maryland Needs To Fix Help Line For Utility Bill Assistance:

Hogan Signs Regional Compact To Promote Offshore Wind — But Md. Projects Move Slowly:

T. Rowe Price CEO On Upcoming Election: ‘Markets Dislike Uncertainty More Than Anything’:

Baltimore Among Cities Named In Nationwide Housing Discrimination Complaint Against Brokerage Redfin:

Hospitals Are Prepared As Maryland Sees Uptick In COVID-19 Hospitalizations:

Baltimore Is Hiring More Police Officers Than It Is Losing, But Officials Tell Judge More Recruits Are Needed:

Environmental Justice Advocates Sound Alarm Over Eastern Shore Pipeline:

Employees Say State Falls Short on Curbing COVID at MVA Offices:

Anne Arundel Announces New Energy Assistance Relief:

Harford Announces Over $5M in CARES Funding for Public Schools:

Carroll Launches Two New Business Assistance Grant Programs:

Federal News

Trump and Biden teams prep for once-outlandish election standoffs:

McConnell-aligned super PAC injecting millions into Michigan Senate race:

Trump’s chances hinge on a polling screw-up way worse than 2016:

Trump floats moving his Election Night party to the White House:


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