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March 22, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Mail Ballot Measure Wins Final Passage, Parole Bill Advances:’

Maryland Lawmakers Want to Reform Policing. We Break Down the Bills That Would Do It:

Ex-State Sen. Victor Ramirez Plans Run for County Council Seat:

MDTA Chief: Bay Bridge Crossing Study Speaks Volumes About Congestion:

Bill to Protect Patients From Hospital Collection Efforts Advances:

In Wake of Atlanta Killings, Md. Leaders Implore Asian Communities to Speak Out:

Legislature Lays Out Guidelines for Bill Hearings After ‘Crossover Day’:

Alsobrooks: “In This Moment, I’m Running for Re-Election”:

General Assembly votes to scrap ‘Maryland, My Maryland,’ state’s pro-Confederate official state song:

Federal grand jury investigating Baltimore officials Nick and Marilyn Mosby:

Maryland delegates to consider new limits on police access to military equipment:

House Gives Preliminary Approval to $50 Billion Proposed Budget:

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott names new DPW director:

Federal News

Biden’s next challenge: Vaccine diplomacy:

U.S. trial finds AstraZeneca vaccine 79% effective with no serious side effects:

The fraught U.S.-China climate relationship:

Inside a crowded border patrol tent in Donna, Texas:

Protesters rally against anti-Asian hate across the U.S.:

Evidence indicates sedition charges likely over Capitol riots — prosecutor:

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