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February 17, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Marylanders Could See RELIEF Act Stimulus Payments This Week, Franchot Says:

Census Data Delay Likely Means No Redistricting Session This Fall:

Homeowners, renters in Md. struggling with payments during pandemic:

Lawmakers Advance Bills to Reform Legislative Vacancy Process:

‘The Checks Are So Miserly’ | Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot Says State’s COVID Relief Stimulus Checks Aren’t Enough:

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

Tensions Flare in Senate Committee Over Juvenile Justice Bill:

Texas Is Having a Once-in-a-Lifetime Cold Snap. Could That Impact Legislative Debate in Md.?:

State education officials review complaints of impropriety in Prince George’s:

Maryland Bill Would Allow Local Jurisdictions To Make Decisions About Distribution, Sales Of Tobacco Products:

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

Baltimore to end one-hour time limit on city dining:

Baltimore Sun Media poised to be acquired by nonprofit from Tribune Publishing:

Anne Arundel delegate proposes tax deduction for diaper, feminine hygiene donations:

Howard school board approves schedule changes, switching two full days to half days next week:

Federal News

White House memo: Obstruction will cost GOP:

Biden on schools: “The goal will be 5 days a week”:

Trump: GOP senators “will not win again” if they support McConnell:

Fauci: Timeline for widespread COVID-19 vaccine availability slightly delayed:

Biden Works to Leverage Senate Ties to Power His Agenda:

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