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February 19, 2021 News of the Day

States and Local News

Maryland lawmakers weigh pulling back curtain on police disciplinary records:

Baltimore solicitor finds no fault with State’s Attorney Mosby for trips, says city rules unclear for official travel:

Bill to curtail Maryland student school board members’ voting power dies in House committee:

Baltimore Mayor Scott assigns group to review rules around travel by elected officials:

Bill Would Shift Party Control of Local Election Boards:

Lawmakers Consider Carbon Fees For Polluters That Will Help Pay for Kirwan Bill:

Tech Groups, U.S. Chamber Sue to Halt Maryland Digital Ad Tax:

House GOP Unveils Package of Bills to Aid Small Business:

Partisan Lines Harden as Senate Panel Fights Over Major Police Reform Legislation:

Maryland health experts urge public to continue safety measures, get vaccinated as coronavirus variants move in:

Maryland General Assembly considers a bill to end life sentences for juveniles:

Expanding benefits for pandemic relief faces veto threat at Maryland General Assembly:

Marijuana legalization looks to move forward at Maryland General Assembly:

Federal News

Gerrymandering is about to get even more chaotic:

6 Capitol police officers suspended for alleged roles in Jan. 6 riot:

Vaccine supply expected to surge soon:

“Obviously a mistake”: Ted Cruz back in Texas after outrage over Cancún trip:

U.S. commits $4 billion to COVAX vaccine initiative:

‘The casino tends to win’: Democrats rip Robinhood, Citadel CEOs over GameStop:

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