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October 7, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Senators Jennings, Hershey to Leave GOP Caucus Leadership Posts:

Hogan Extends State of Emergency, Catastrophic Health Emergency:

Baltimore County Council Passes ‘SMART’ Police Reform Act:

Hogan Announces Over $2.8M to Create and Expand Apprenticeship Opportunities:

Baltimore County to Consider Prevailing Wage, Local Hiring Legislation:

‘We Are Not Out Of The Woods,’ Baltimore Doctor Warns Despite President Trump’s COVID-19 Messaging:

Maryland’s First Female Black Republican State Legislator Sworn In:

As Coronavirus Vaccine Politics Heat Up, FDA Aims To Shore Up Trust At Johns Hopkins Symposium:

MGM’s Losses Shrink Again As Maryland Casinos See Monthly Revenue Increase For First Time Since Pandemic:

Applications Now Open For Second Phase Of Baltimore County Eviction Prevention Program:

With Digital Divide Starker Than Ever, More Than 400K Marylanders Lack Broadband:

Forget the 2020 Election. Here Are Some Early Poll Results on 2022:

Sarbanes: ‘For the People’ Reforms Ready To Go If Dems Sweep:

Md. Speaker Swears in Del. Thiam as ‘Another History Maker’:

Former Obama education secretary forms Md. political group:

Annapolis business owner Harvey Blonder trying to resurrect plans for a hotel at City Dock:

Harford County Council harshly criticizes executive for supposedly denying access to information:

Maggie McIntosh: Maryland sports gambling revenue will go to schools:

Federal News

Meadows says White House stimulus efforts ongoing amid Trump’s back-and-forth:

Fauci: There could be 300,000 to 400,000 Covid deaths unless precautions taken:

Supreme Court to hear landmark case that could shake up Silicon Valley:

Appeals court says Trump must turn over tax records:

COVID-19 will mean higher winter energy bills:

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