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June 15, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Baltimore City Council approves moratorium on facial recognition technology; City police exempt from ban:

Anne Arundel council passes $1.876 billion budget in party line vote:

Mayor Brandon Scott Responds To Class-Action Lawsuit, Assembles Task Force To Address Baltimore’s Past ADA Noncompliance:

Annapolis City Council votes down bill to eliminate city primary elections:

Sens. Van Hollen and Cardin call for a more equitable federal tax system:

Van Hollen pushes new EPA chief to enforce Chesapeake Bay cleanup goals:

Ferguson’s Chief of Staff Jake Weissmann to Step Down; Sally Robb to Replace Him:

Pippy Makes State Senate Bid Official:

Top Lawmakers Call Use of Force By Ocean City Police “Disturbing”:

Md. Coal-Fired Power Plant Will Retire Five Years Early — Before Worker Retraining Kicks In:

Federal News

Some Americans were infected with COVID in December 2019, NIH finds:

White House releases first national strategy for countering domestic terrorism:

House antitrust bills take tight aim at tech giants:

Grid operator asks Texans to conserve power amid outages in searing heat:

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