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October 6, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

New Group Forms To Promote Progressive Agenda In Annapolis:

Sports Betting On Ballot In Maryland This Fall; Hogan Expects Measure To Pass:

‘I Just Don’t Trust The System Any More’: Voters On Edge As Election Nears:

Howard County Council Passes Bill To End ICE Contract, But County Executive Calvin Ball Says He Will Veto It:

Maryland Casino Monthly Revenue Increases Over 2019 For First Time During Coronavirus Pandemic:

Why 3,000 People Are Still Waiting For Maryland’s Community College Scholarship:

It’s Time Maryland Allows Beer And Wine Be Sold At Grocery, Drug And Convenience Stores:

Baltimore Residents Should Vote Yes On A City Administrator:

Baltimore County to Consider Prevailing Wage, Local Hiring Legislation:

Harford Announces $10,000 Winter Restaurant Relief Grant Program:

As Courts Reopen, Public Defenders Fear for Themselves and Their Clients:

Franchot Abruptly Parts Company With His Closest Political Adviser:

Baltimore County Council delays vote on restrictions for hemp farming:

Anne Arundel schools reopen to elementary students in November, superintendent says

Baltimore County Council passes legislation to ban police chokeholds, impose new oversight:

In a time of crisis, solidarity grows between Black and Latino activists in Baltimore:

Prince George’s eyes post-pandemic government overhaul:

Federal News

November’s coming. Are Democrats losing the battle over voter suppression?:

Michelle Obama offers closing argument for the election:

Biden notches 16-point national lead with less than a month until Election Day:

‘Out of his mouth will come these wild Trumpisms’: Harris preps to take on Pence:

Supreme Court sides with Republicans, reinstates witness requirement in South Carolina:

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