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September 24, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

State Legislative Panel With Subpoena Power To Discuss Maryland Environmental Service Investigation:

‘It’s Where They Used To Sell People Like Me’: Advocates Keep Pressing For Talbot Boys Removal With Fresh Motivation From RBG:

Maryland Lawmakers Preparing Package Of Bills To Help Small Businesses Recover From Covid-19:

Maryland’s 250K Rapid COVID-19 Tests Await Distribution:

Amazon Plans Another Larger-Format Grocery Store In Montgomery County:

Pa. Cannabis Company Enters Maryland With Acquisition Of Three Dispensaries, Including One In Rockville:

Restaurant Association Of Maryland Wants State To Allow Barriers Between Tables For Indoor Dining:

More Than 400 Employees In Baltimore City Schools To Lose Jobs Due To COVID-Related Budget Shortfall:

Baltimore County Public Schools Hold Virtual Summit, Address Parent Concerns Amid Academic Year Like No Other:

School Board Continues To Have Questions About FCPS Reopening Plan:

Legislative Black Caucus Welcomes Republican Into the Fold:

In First, Union Endorses Third-Party Candidate In Baltimore Council Race:

Purple Line Will Be Delayed as MDOT Seeks Management Solution:

Following Criticism, Md. Environmental Justice Commission Just Met for the First Time in 8 Months:

September 23 Board of Public Works Meeting: What Counties Need to Know:

Senate JPR Police Reform Hearing Two of Three Centers on Tech, Torts, and Investigations:

Anne Arundel Receives $600,000 State Bikeways Grant for Trail Connections:

Senate JPR Held First of Three Hearings on Draft Maryland Police Accountability Act of 2021 Legislative Proposals:

Mountain Maryland PACE Cancels 2021 Annual Event:

Federal News

Judge’s faith becomes early flashpoint in Supreme Court fight:

Republicans brush aside Trump’s dismissal of a peaceful transfer of power:

Republicans condemn Trump’s refusal to commit to peaceful transfer of power:

Reopening the ACA debate is politically risky for GOP:

Two officers shot in Louisville amid Breonna Taylor protests:

Protesters react to no murder charges in Breonna Taylor case:

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