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April 21, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Maryland Officials Say Despite Guilty Verdict In Derek Chauvin Trial More Work Needs To Be Done To Build Police Trust:

Prince George’s mental health facility being built with funds shifted from police training building:

Labor savors some Md. session wins but laments loss on top priority:

‘Vaccine Passport’ Pushback Puts Colleges in a Quandary; Md. Policies Still in the Works:

Anne Arundel council adds slavery statement to GDP, passes dozens of amendments:

Marijuana legalization eyed for 2022 for both U.S. and Maryland; Schumer hopes for passage by next 4/20:

‘You Could Call It a Miracle Session,’ Speaker Jones Says:

Pittman: Proposal for Third Bay Bridge Span Should Be Put ‘On Hold’:

COVID vaccine appointments are more widely available in Maryland, but officials say demand remains high:

Three-alarm fire rips through Domino Sugar storage shed, enters Baltimore refinery:

Federal News

White House unveils plans for high-profile climate summit:

DOJ announces sweeping probe into Minneapolis policing practices:

U.S.-Israel tensions build as Iran talks progress:

The U.S. is approaching the vaccine hesitancy “tipping point”:

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