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February 15, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

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

Hogan: State to offer $60 million COVID-19 grant to child care providers:

Maryland approves coronavirus relief bill that would greatly expand Earned Income Tax Credit:

With Trump gone, Maryland Gov. Hogan becomes one of first governors to attend White House meeting with Biden:

Maryland bill would provide voting info to the incarcerated:

Maglev Firm Urges Legislators Not to Close Door on Public Funding:

Maryland Board of Public Works – February 24, 2021 Agenda:

With override votes, Md. Senate passes landmark education reform and digital ad tax bills into law:

Prince George’s officials apologize for vaccine rollout, promise improvements:

Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks announces reforms for the county police department:

Advocates Favor Single-Issue Policing Bills. How Do They Differ From the Speaker’s Omnibus Legislation?:

General Assembly Overrides Hogan’s Veto on Lifelong Library Learners Act:

Van Hollen Gets Subcommittee Gavel on Appropriations Panel:

Margaret C. Carty, executive director of the Maryland Library Association and a Navy veteran, dies:

Two Md. universities aim for large-scale fall reopenings:

Federal News

Doctors bring the fight to anti-vaxxers online:

Biden’s stimulus gamble: Massive cuts to Medicare, farm aid:

Joe Biden’s first 100 days:

Sen. Richard Burr faces censure from North Carolina GOP after impeachment vote:

Biden reopens federal health insurance marketplace for 3 months:

Fauci: Americans shouldn’t let down their guard about virus variants:

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