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September 30, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Maryland Revenues Improve, But Officials Warn Of Uncertainty:

State Bumps Up FY 21 Revenue Projections by $1.4 Billion, $2.1 Billion for FY 22:

New Report Underscores Conditions That Made Prince George’s Vulnerable To Covid-19:

State Lawmakers Vow To Pursue Stronger Legislation After Unruly Weekend:

Maryland’s Hotels Need Assistance From The State To Survive, Industry Representative Says:

Study Of Baltimore County High School Buildings Calls For $1.2 Billion In Renovations And Expansions, But Not Rebuilds:

Consumers May Be Able To Test For Covid-19 With Devices They Already Own, Hopkins Finds:

Baltimore Mental Health Crisis Hotline Seeing Surge In Calls Amid Coronavirus Pandemic:

Survey Of Baltimore Police Officers Uncovers Suspicion And Distrust:

Baltimore Company Is One of Fastest Growing in U.S.:

Ex-Maryland lawmaker reports to prison for bribery sentence:

UMD names Prabhudev Konana dean of Robert H. Smith School of Business:

Office of People’s Counsel Provides Info on Assistance Programs as End to Utility Shutoff Moratorium Nears:

City to Dedicate $6M to Assist Families with Essential Needs During the Pandemic:

Harford Launches Student Loan Repayment Program for Volunteer First Responders:

‘This is a crisis’: Baltimore-area school districts expect enrollment to decline this fall — and funding to follow:

As supporters line up for Baltimore County police reform bill, some in community ask for more changes:

Federal News

Biden campaign faces questions about whether he should skip next debates:

An Epic Moment of National Shame: The Debate Was an Embarrassment for the Ages:

‘Trump’s Strategy Is To Turn the Debates Into a Dumpster Fire on Steroids’:

Trump and Biden clash over COVID: “It is what it is because you are who you are”:

All Eyes Are on Pfizer as Trump Pushes for Vaccine by October:

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