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June 1, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Perez to Become a Partner at Venable But That Won’t Affect His ’22 Deliberations:

Maryland Board of Ed Names Mohammed Choudhury as Incoming State Superintendent:

Frosh Issues Guidance For Tenants Facing Eviction:

Health Department Urges Vaccination for Vulnerable Populations, Community Leaders Call For More Resources:

Cardin, Van Hollen Cosponsor Legislation to Place Additional Safeguards on Census Changes:

Hogan Vetoes Target Transit Spending, Collective Bargaining, COVID Oversight and More:

Hogan vetoes procurement bill, more than a dozen measures:

Biden budget restores funding for Chesapeake Bay Program:

Annapolis, Anne Arundel partner on series of gun violence seminars:

Baltimore County Council approves $4.2 billion budget with no spending cuts:

Baltimore to use federal coronavirus relief to balance budget, avoid tapping rainy day fund:

Override promised of veto of Maryland bill that would have eased laws against needles, drug paraphernalia:

Baltimore taxpayers condemn police spending plan in 2022 budget, urge City Council to make cuts:

Federal News

World anxiously waits to see where Biden will send America’s vaccines:

Biden unveils plans to combat racial wealth gap on anniversary of Tulsa massacre:

Facebook says U.S. is the top target of disinformation campaigns:

Peru surges to highest COVID death toll per capita:

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