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February 24, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Sweeping climate bill passes Maryland Senate committee after 4 voting sessions:

Bill Aims To Raise Standards In Maryland’s Unemployment Insurance Program:

Md. lawmakers consider bill to repeal Hopkins police force:

States Could Begin To Get Single-Dose Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Allocations As Soon As Next Week, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Says:

Bill Requiring Senate Confirmation for State Superintendent Moves Forward, Despite Skepticism:

State House COVID Tests That Forced Quarantines Were False-Positives, Subsequent Testing Shows:

Wes Moore Actively Exploring 2022 Bid for Governor:

Students Will Sit For Up To Seven Hours of Standardized Tests This Spring:

Bills Would Expand Ballot Drop-Boxes, Allow Voters to Automatically Receive Absentee Ballots:

Franchot Gets Major Union Endorsement in 2022 Race for Governor:

State, FEMA to Open Mass Vaccination Site in Charles County:

Bills aim to limit implicit bias in Maryland judicial system:

Exelon, owner of Baltimore-based Constellation and BGE, will split power and utility businesses:

Hogan Appoints Kent County Administrator Shelley Heller to MES Board of Directors:

Maryland will create a single sign-up, waitlist for mass COVID vaccine sites. Some say that’s not enough.:

Federal News

White House stands by imperiled Tanden nomination after Senate panel postpones hearing:

Acting Capitol Police chief: Officers were unsure of lethal force rules on Jan. 6:

FDA analysis finds Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine is safe and effective:

U.S. and Israel to convene strategic forum on Iran:

Biden administration sending masks to poor communities:

Democrats’ $1.9T Covid aid bill faces the Senate chopping block:

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