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October 8, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Maryland Elections Chief: ‘We Are Just About Ready To Rock And Roll’:

Should Sports Betting Be Legal In Maryland?:

Half Of Maryland Voters Plan To Choose Mail-In Ballots, Poll Finds:

Hopkins to join ‘red flag’ study as research into gun violence grows:

As Maryland Lawmakers Weigh Police Reforms, FOP Hosts Them For ‘Shoot, Don’t Shoot’ Training:

Maryland Casinos Saw An Increase In Revenue In September:

Live Casino & Hotel Takes A Gamble On Sports Betting With New Sports & Social Concept:

Anne Arundel Schools Would Reopen To Elementary Students In November In Plan, Superintendent Says:

Liquor Law Reform Could Provide Maryland A Triple Dose Of Post-Pandemic Help:

Republicans Should Select Bryan Simonaire As Maryland Senate Minority Leader:

Beach Towns Lost Millions In Parking Revenue Due To COVID-19 Pandemic:

October 7 Board of Public Works Meeting: What Counties Need to Know:

Montgomery Council Passes Incentive for Housing Development Over Metro Stations:

Baltimore City Council Votes to Control Harmful Pesticides:

Advocates Tell State Lawmakers They Need More Funding to Help the Homeless:

Green Party Candidate Continues to Amass Support and Endorsements in Baltimore City Council Bid:

Financial Agreement Gives State, Purple Line Partners Last Chance at Negotiation:

Federal News

Trump says he won’t do virtual debate against Biden:

Progressives unveil 2021 agenda to pressure Biden:

The VP debate offers the nation a glimpse of a post-Trump future:

A wave of polls paints a dire picture for Trump:

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