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January 21, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Maryland Lawmakers Begin Review Of Gov. Hogan’s $49B State Budget:

Bill Aims To Put Curbs On BPW’s Budget-Cutting Powers:

Md. Senate Panel Considers Bill To Expand Marijuana Decriminalization:

Maryland Counties Scramble To Coordinate COVID-19 Vaccinations As Demand Soars: ‘We’re Trying To Figure It Out As We Go’:

Maryland Counties Required To Complete COVID-19 Vaccination Priority Plan:

Lawmakers Consider Protections for Transit Operators, Sports Officials:

Lierman Laps Comptroller Field in Fundraising; Frosh Banks $205K for Possible Reelection:

Franchot Banks $2.2 Million, But Alsobrooks and Olszewski Raised More in Past Year:

Maryland seniors, others eligible for coronavirus vaccine frustrated by communication void, wait:

Baltimore City Council members ask schools chief to reconsider reopening plan:

Baltimore to allow indoor and outdoor dining to resume Friday, with one hour time limit for patrons:

Baltimore man serving life on a drug charge has his sentenced commuted by Trump after 30 years behind bars:

Federal News

Biden-Harris, Day 1: What mattered most:

Biden set to immediately ramp up federal pandemic response:

Republicans pledge to set aside differences and work with Biden:

Bush labels Clyburn the “savior” for Democrats”:

Avril Haines confirmed as director of national intelligence:

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