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April 5, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Expansive COVID-19 Recovery Bill Advancing in Legislature:

Bill Seeks to Bring Clarity to Rules on Student Protests:

Hogan Environment Secretary Backs House Version of Climate Bill:

General Assembly Passes $52.4 Billion Budget Plan With Broad Support:

Hogan Allows ‘Kirwan 2.0’ to Become Law Without His Signature:

Schrader Wins Senate Confirmation to be Health Secretary, 45-2:

In a bid to bring grocers to food deserts, Prince George’s turns to alcohol sales:

One week to go: Policing reform, sports betting top agenda for closing days of the Maryland General Assembly:

Johnny Olszewski proposes legislation to establish Baltimore County housing department:

Baltimore Mayor Scott says he’s committed to a ‘total reimagining’ of downtown:

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball proposes $304.6 million capital budget, including $52 million for schools:

Anne Arundel lawmakers pass some bills, push on others as 2021 Maryland General Assembly starts final week:

Police Reforms Moving Toward Senate/House Agreement:

Baltimore Mayor Names Third Deputy, Focusing on Equity and Quality of Life:

Federal News

Pandemic fuels staggering teacher shortages across the U.S.:

Janet Yellen to call for global minimum tax rate:

Vaccines may limit the damage from coronavirus variants:

Florida takes measures to avoid a “catastrophic flood” at wastewater pond near Tampa:

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