Headlines from HJM: Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Nick Mosby says he paid his federal tax lien

Publisher Name : Baltimore Brew
Baltimore’s next City Council President holds his first post-election press conference and responds to a backlog of media questions
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Home Depot agrees to $17.5M settlement in 2014 data breach

Publisher Name : The Daily Record
Home Depot has reached a $17.5 million settlement with the attorney generals of 46 states and the District of Columbia over a 2014 data breach that exposed the payment card information of some 40 million customers.
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Md. settles dispute with Purple Line contractors for $250M

Publisher Name : The Daily Record
The state of Maryland and its partners on the Purple Line announced Tuesday that they have reached a $250 million settlement in their legal dispute over cost overruns that have stalled the $2.9 billion project.
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Baltimore mayoral inauguration expected to be low-key event

Publisher Name : The Daily Record
With the coronavirus pandemic greatly limiting indoor and outdoor public events, the inauguration of Baltimore Mayor-elect Brandon Scott next month is expected to be a low-key event.
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Six Possible Contenders Eye Mosby’s Soon-to-be-Vacant House Seat

Publisher Name : Maryland Matters
Baltimore City Council President-elect Nick J. Mosby (D) will be sworn in on Dec. 10, which means that his seat representing District 40 in the Maryland House of Delegates will soon be vacant.
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Hogan Announces Settlement to Continue Purple Line Construction

Publisher Name : Maryland Matters
After months of acrimony, the Maryland Department of Transportation and the firms building the Purple Line have reached a $250 million settlement.
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