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October 5, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Maryland Unemployment Claims Spike As State Transitions To New System:

Maryland To Remove Child Care Capacity Limits, Allow Indoor Visitation At Nursing Homes:

Hogan Offers Reassurances On Purple Line, Accuses Firm Of ‘Gouging’ Taxpayers:

Roughly 5,000 Anne Arundel County Residents Have Voted Using Newly Installed Drop Boxes, Election Officials Say:

Maryland Picks More Companies To Grow, Process Medical Cannabis:

Despite Being In ‘Pretty Good Position,’ BWI Airport’s Recovery Will Take Years:

House Police Reform Workgroup Discusses Possible Recommendations for 2021 Session:

Hogan Announces Court of Special Appeals Appointment:

Administration Walks Back Proposal to Cut MTA Bus Lines, County Leaders React:

Baltimore Ballot Explainer: Voters Could Reshape City Government:

Maryland Lawmakers Seek to Reform Policing Practices, Protect the Mentally Ill:

Anne Arundel Ballot Questions ― To Expand Audits, Council Oversight ― Explained:

Know Your Ballot: Voters Could OK Sports Gambling, Expand Legislature’s Budget Power:

Federal News

What Happens If Pence Needs to Become ‘Acting President’?:

Trump’s medical team briefing reveals things are worse than we knew:

Officials racing to contact 206 guests who attended Trump’s New Jersey fundraiser:

Ohio governor says Trump’s diagnosis serves as ‘cautionary tale’:

Biden looks to seal election after Trump’s week from hell:

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