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February 4, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

$1.3 billion COVID-19 relief plan, HBCU settlement advance in Maryland Senate:

Md. Senate panel hears bill to strip governor of parole decision:

Baltimore’s Board Of Estimates Ends Agreement With Company Running Aerial Surveillance Program:

Frustration Over Vaccinations As Lawmakers Demand Governor Take Action to Fix ‘Failing’ Maryland System:

Bill Would Require State Agencies, Local Boards of Elections To Live-Stream Meetings:

Proposed Maryland legislation expands hate crime law:

Hogan’s State of the State: More Resilient Than Ever:

Feldman Pushes Cannabis Legalization, Ferguson Co-Signs:

Bills Would Require State Agencies to Consider Climate Change in Key Decisions and Operations:

Rosapepe Rules Out Comptroller Bid, Plans to Run For Reelection:

Opinion: Juvenile Interrogation Should Be Part of Police Reform Discussion:

Member of U.S. Marshals shot serving warrant in West Baltimore; suspect dead, police say:

Hogan warns in State of the State speech of difficult path of ‘many months’ to vaccinating all Marylanders against COVID-19:

Federal News

Biden’s grand plan:

Coronavirus cases are falling all across the country:

Inside the GOP’s fight for “the direction of our party”:

White House transparency plans come into focus:

Moderna CEO says company needs to adapt with coronavirus variants:

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