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January 22, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

U.S. Capitol Police Investigate After Report Rep. Andy Harris Brought Gun To House Chamber Checkpoint:

After U.S. Capitol Riot, 2,300+ Maryland Republicans Flee Party:

Baltimore State’s Attorney Mosby Wants Inspector General To Wrap Up Investigation Into Her Travel And Businesses:

Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman Lobbies For Progressive Tax Legislation:

Hogan: State Will Explore ‘Every Legal Avenue’ If Schools Don’t Try To Reopen:

One Year In, Howard County Truth & Reconciliation Group Illuminates History Of Lynchings:

President Miller Lies in State:

Md. Lawmakers Look to Amend State Constitution to Include Environmental Rights:

Barve Decides Against Bid for Comptroller:

Economist Sees Brighter Days Ahead in Md. — But Not For All:

Big Changes Proposed for Solar Siting:

Maryland Lynching Memorial Project to hold forum on Baltimore County lynchings:

Annapolis senator introduces bill updating data collection that guide stormwater regulations:

Coronavirus vaccines must be part of reopening classrooms in Maryland:

Federal News

Biden to attempt “emergency economic relief” by executive order:

People of color disadvantaged in coronavirus vaccine effort:

Democrats aim to punish House GOP for Capitol riot:

McConnell proposes February impeachment trial:

Biden unveils “wartime” COVID strategy:


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