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September 28, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Maryland Begins Mailing Ballots To Voters:

Maryland Board of Public Works – October 7, 2020 Agenda:

State Lawmakers Subpoena Maryland Gov. Hogan’s Former Chief Of Staff As Part Of Payout Investigation:

Next week, foam containers for carryout food will be banned throughout Maryland. Not everyone is happy.:

Md. business groups express access concerns for 2021 assembly session:

Hogan discusses plan for vaccine distribution:

Olszewski Nominates Former State Labor Secretary for Workforce Development Post:

Legislative Black Caucus Welcomes Republican Into the Fold:

Scott Doubles Down on Proposed Reforms After Criticism From Ex-Mayors:

Repair Vs. Repeal: Maryland Legislators Debate Future Of Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill Of Rights:

President Of The Restaurant Association Of Maryland Still Has Concerns After Capacity Increase:

Maryland Unemployment Claims Hit Pandemic Low — Likely Because State’s System Was Down:

Teachers Union Calls On Anne Arundel Board Of Education To Discuss Public Safety And Online Learning:

Maryland School Systems Can Begin Sports Oct. 7, Hogan Says:

Columbia Named 5th-Best Place To Live In US:

Board of Revenue Estimates to Vote on Revised FY 21 Projections, New FY 22 Forecast:

Federal News

Democrats say Republicans will pay price at polls for confirming Barrett before election:

Trump’s legacy is now the Supreme Court:

Senate Dems ready tactics to muck up Supreme Court confirmation:

Trump readies thousands of attorneys for election fight:

Debate commission co-chair: We don’t expect moderators to fact-check candidates:

Democrats feel boxed in on strategy for Barrett confirmation fight:


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