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April 27, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Black Community Leaders in Baltimore Call For Community Investment as a Method of Police Reform:

3 Maryland families for years criticized David Fowler’s rulings as medical examiner. Then came Derek Chauvin’s trial.:

Maryland’s population grew by 7%, census shows; state will retain 8 seats in Congress:

How Black female lawmakers led Maryland’s historic effort to transform policing:

Prince George’s public defender launches bid for state’s attorney:

Baltimore to send some 911 calls to counselors; police reform advocates seek further, community-connected steps:

Baltimore rolling out new $3M loan pool for small, homeownership-focused developers:

Annapolis City Council approves Tucker Street boat ramp regulations, will return to in-person meetings May 10:

Biden to Order $15 an Hour Minimum Wage for Federal Contract Workers:

Federal News

Europe to set a global vaccine passport standard:

The college degree barrier to work:

Political leanings sway seniors’ vaccine enthusiasm:

State university systems begin requiring COVID-19 vaccines for fall:

Biden committed to capital gains tax hike for rich:

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