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February 16, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Maryland acting health secretary outlines COVID-19 vaccine allotment to four counties, draws further criticism:

Hogan Submits $1.5 Billion Supplemental Budget:

Bill limiting child marriage introduced for sixth time; advocates voice support at Annapolis Moms meeting:

Delegate Seeks to Do Away With Qualified Immunity for Police Officers:

Hogan Signs Billion-Dollar RELIEF Act Into Law:

COVID Infection Rates Plummet; Is The End in Sight?:

Who gets checks, tax breaks — and when — from Maryland’s coronavirus pandemic RELIEF Act package?:

Panel discussion to focus on women’s issues in General Assembly:

Marriott CEO Sorenson, 62, dies after battle with cancer:

Annapolis, Anne Arundel seek closer oversight of Visit Annapolis:

School bus capacity bill passes Maryland House of Delegates, likely to face opposition in the Senate:

Police Reform: Senate in Work Sessions, House Has Wave of Bills:

Federal News

Senate to hold first hearing on Capitol riot security failures:

NAACP sues Trump for inciting Capitol riot:

Biden extends mortgage relief, moratorium on foreclosures:

How the winter surge changed COVID disparities:

Assistant House speaker: Capitol riot commission needed for ‘truth and accountability’:

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