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January 29, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

$1B+ coronavirus pandemic financial aid bill moves forward in Maryland Senate:

Anne Arundel executive urges Gov. Larry Hogan to provide better vaccine coordination:

Heather Mizeur to Challenge Congressman Harris:

Senators Consider Sweeping Climate Bill — And More Modest Measures:

Maryland House GOP bill seeks to use state funds to send students to private school if public schools don’t reopen by fall:

Maryland senators want to add $520M to Gov. Hogan’s $1B pandemic financial aid proposal:

Lawmakers, governor push reforms at Maryland Environmental Service after director’s payout:

Retirees in Medical Reserve Corps Help Vaccine Effort, Despite ‘Red Tape’:

Amid Pandemic, Del. Cox Seeks to Limit Power of the Governor:

Republican Delegates Offer Bills Pushing In-Person Learning:

Chamber of Commerce CEO: New Taxes Are Not the Way to Support State’s Job Creators:

Delegates Seek to Question Top Health Official Over Vaccine Distribution:

Baltimore-area community leaders step up outreach efforts to encourage Black residents to get coronavirus vaccine:

Hogan to lift 10 p.m. curfew on Maryland’s bars and restaurants starting Monday:

Maryland congressional delegation seeks Presidential Medal of Freedom for Capital Gazette shooting victims:

Howard County Receives $9.7M Grant from U.S. Treasury for Rental Assistance:

Federal News

Teachers want the vaccine, but they’ll have to wait:

Robinhood has a stacked policy team — and it’s going to need it:

Johnson & Johnson vaccine is 66% effective in global study:

Dems to GOP on Covid relief: Take it or leave it:

Second police officer died by suicide following Capitol attack:

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