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February 22, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Md. Senate panel debates no-knock warrant limits:

Carter says amended Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights bill ‘guts the concept of a repeal’:

Repeal, Replace or Reinstate: How Senate Panelists Voted on The Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights:

Hogan’s ‘Green Bag’ Includes Appointees to State Board of Elections, Education, Regents:

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh Calls For Cancellation Of Federal Student Loan Debt:

Students, parents protest Montgomery Co.’s phased return to school plan:

Class-action suit alleges officials mishandled COVID-19 outbreak at state-run Baltimore jail for federal pre-trial detainees:

Department of the Environment Releases a Climate Action Plan — 14 Months After Deadline:

Brewer Julie Verratti, Ex-Candidate for Lt. Governor, to Join Biden Administration:

Raskin Will Seek Reelection, Sidesteps Questions About Other Ambitions:

Senate OKs Bill to Extend Tax Credit to Thousands of Immigrants:

Fans of Beltway Plan See ‘Seamless’ Travel With MDOT Contractor Pick — But Not Everyone Is Convinced:

Advocates working to get COVID-19 vaccine to Baltimore’s hard-hit Latino community:

Marylanders registered to be vaccinated at M&T Bank Stadium. UMMS canceled the appointments, saying the link was ‘inadvertently’ made public.:

After a dentist left patients stranded with glued implants, Maryland senator wants reform oversight. State panel says not so fast.:

Howard County Exec: “Exciting Projects on the Horizon” for Ellicott City:

Federal News

Attorneys general fight hate crimes while facing hate:

Trump to claim total control of GOP:

Biden’s pick for health secretary heads to the hot seat:

Pandemic puts money, political muscle behind broadband:

Biden to temporarily target PPP loans to smallest businesses:

Biden to hold moment of silence for COVID victims:


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