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April 9, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Hogan Vetoes Juvenile Restoration Act, Prevailing Wage Measure:

Gov. Larry Hogan Critical Of Police Reform Bills Awaiting His Action:

Rushern Baker to Enter 2022 Race for Governor:

Maryland Gov. Hogan, Baltimore Mayor Scott trade barbs over city police budget reduction plans:

Maryland lawmakers debate how forests lost to development should be replaced:

Maryland advances bill that lowers age of mental health consent to 12 years old:

Baltimore’s budget plan braces for ‘historic lows’ in revenue with parking, hotels decimated by COVID:

Md. House Panels Move Climate Bill as Pinsky Tries to Find Other Vehicles For His Priorities:

Pressure Grows On Senate to Take Up Local Election Reform:

House GOP to Pick New Leadership Team Next Week:

Franchot Lays Out 14 Campaign Pledges in ‘New Phase’ of Run for Governor:

On Holocaust Remembrance Day, Lawmaker’s Comments Draw Fire:

As they investigate grading problems, Baltimore school leaders defend system at City Council hearing:

General Assembly Passes Bill to Assist Homeowners In Tax Sale:

Federal News

America’s biggest boom since 1946:

Climate spending is a story of the century:

World travel isn’t simple, even for the vaccinated:

CDC says Johnson & Johnson vaccine supply will drop 80% next week:

America may be close to hitting a vaccine wall:

CDC declares racism “a serious public health threat”:

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