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April 6, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Leaders Confident Police Reform Will Pass as Clock Ticks Closer to Sine Die:

House Lawmakers Advance Narrower Essential Worker Protection Legislation:

Maryland Faces ‘Extreme’ Threat of Gerrymandering, New Report Says:

Hogan Moves to Open the Vaccine ‘Floodgates,’ Expands Access to Everyone 16 and Older:

Baltimore City Council passes bill offering renters security deposit alternatives over concerns from some members:

Howard County Council requires gender-inclusive single-user restrooms, passes other legislation:

Lawmakers weigh bills to establish virtual learning in public schools:

Referendum question on Howard’s sanctuary county status will appear on 2022 ballot:

Baltimore City removes statue of Capt. John O’Donnell, a slave-owning merchant, from Canton park on Monday night:

Maryland businessman and his partner up the stakes in quest to buy The Baltimore Sun’s parent company:

Anne Arundel police expand program aimed at reducing arrests in schools:

Federal News

Biden sets new April 19 deadline for all adults to be eligible for vaccine:

Russia is dialing up its military space ambitions:

New Zealand to open quarantine-free “travel bubble” with Australia:

Senate parliamentarian says Democrats could use budget reconciliation again:

Dem-aligned group launches 6-figure infrastructure push:


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