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February 23, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Senators Press State Officials to Improve Vaccination Rates Among Non-White Residents:

In a virus-ravaged city, nearly 400 million vaccine doses are being made — and shipped elsewhere:

Md. GOP legislators make a bid to rein in executive orders:

Delegation urged to lobby for mass vaccination site in Frederick County:

Maryland to create statewide registration portal for COVID vaccine appointments at its mass sites:

Maryland passed the nation’s largest tax credit for the poor. Democrats want it for noncitizens, too.:

Sweeping Climate Bill Passes Senate Committee After Four Voting Sessions:

Black Lawmakers Question State Police Superintendent About Discrimination:

Maryland schools chief recommends statewide testing resume this spring, with reduced exams:

A Morgan State University alumnus couldn’t afford to finish his degree. He’s giving $20 million to make sure others can.:

Annapolis sues 26 oil and gas companies for their role in contributing to climate change:

Federal News

Biden on COVID deaths milestone: “We have to resist becoming numb”:

Biden has only bad options as Afghanistan withdrawal deadline nears:

Biden considers regulating ‘ghost guns,’ other executive actions to curb gun violence:

Johnson & Johnson says it can provide 20M vaccine doses by late March:

Congress finally gets first chance for answers about the Jan. 6 insurrection:

New Jersey legalizes cannabis after years of failed efforts and toxic negotiations:



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