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April 20, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Gov. Hogan: State moving thousands of workers to downtown Baltimore office spaces:

John King Jr., former Obama education secretary, enters race for governor of Maryland:

Ferguson: Stalled County Election Reform Bill Likely to Get Senate Vote in 2022:

Legislative Women’s Caucus Elects New Officers:

Baltimore City Council bills aim to hold contractors accountable, help minority firms compete:

Howard County Executive Ball proposes $1.88 billion operating budget, including $632.8 million for schools:

Nick Mosby Introduces Bill To Increase Work Opportunities For Baltimore City Residents:

Secretary of State Blinken lays out climate change foreign policy in Annapolis address:

New sports betting bill could bring DC bettors to competitive Md.:

Radio interview turns tense as Council President denies federal tax lien:

Chamber of Commerce Leader to Seek Montgomery Council Seat:

House-Senate Divisions Killed Climate Bill But It Should Have a Second Life in 2022:

‘He was murdered’: Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott says Chauvin verdict could force reckoning for leaders:

Federal News

Jurors resume deliberations as the nation awaits Chauvin verdict:

China leads the world with new state-backed digital currency:

George Floyd’s brother says Biden called him ahead of Chauvin verdict:


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