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February 12, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Taxes on digital ads, cigarettes among House veto overrides:

Maryland House Democrats push to expand eligibility for covid relief:

Maryland to require background checks of private sales of shotguns, rifles after overriding Hogan veto:

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan laments shortage of COVID vaccine; mass vaccine site at M&T Bank Stadium to open Feb. 25:

Lawmakers Debate Legislation That Would Protect Essential Workers:

Lawmakers Seek to Rename Md. Highway to Honor Former President:

Bills Address Special Education Challenges During COVID-19:

Hogan Ups Ante on In-Person Teaching, Vows to Send COVID Tests and PPE to Schools:

Utility Bill Aid Available, But Some Don’t Know They Qualify:

Momentum grows to repeal Maryland Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights. But how to replace it is up in the air.:

Federal News

The most influential Democrat you never hear from:

Biden administration finalizes purchase of 200M additional vaccine doses:

House Dems push DHS to stop working with local police on immigration:

‘I know this is a drastic step but …’: San Francisco sues its schools over closures:

The Chamber embraces Biden. And Republicans are livid.:

Minneapolis poised to ban police from using facial recognition tech:

Manchin urges Biden to support “responsible” natural gas:

Nikki Haley says Trump won’t run again: “He’s fallen so far”:

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