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June 10, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Angela Alsobrooks puts Prince George’s Blue Line stations at the top of her economic agenda:

Mayor Brandon Scott Announces Virtual Town Hall Meeting For Fells Point Community:

Assembly Panel to Resume Probe of Former Hogan Aide’s Severance, Expenses:

Advocacy group says proposed change to Md. sentencing would make life miserable for crime victims:

Baltimore spending board approves new travel expense rules for elected officials:

Redistricting Commission Urged To Adopt Single-Member Delegate Districts At First Public Hearing:

Bowie council passes water rebate initiative; city offers $100 city employee COVID vaccine incentive:

Former Del. Herb McMillan launches bid for Anne Arundel executive at Annapolis fundraiser:

Maryland board approves contract for Australian firms to develop toll lanes on I-270, Beltway:

Hogan administration defends decision to cut federal unemployment benefits:

Baltimore officials pass budget with $555 million in police spending without amendments:

Federal News

Half of the pandemic’s unemployment money may have been stolen:

Consumer prices rose 5% from last May, as pace of inflation ticks up:

Moderna asks FDA to expand COVID-19 vaccine authorization to adolescents:

U.S. shifts tactics to confront China’s tech strength:

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