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June 21, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Maryland seeks dismissal of case challenging first-of-a-kind digital ad tax:

Face-to-Face Fundraising Returns, With a Heavy Dose of Democratic Gubernatorial Campaigning:

Bill calls for study of expanding Baltimore’s sewage backup reimbursement program:

Former Baltimore assistant state’s attorney says Marilyn Mosby is ‘too distracted’ to do her job:

Baltimore City Delays Implementation Of Plastic Ban:

Baltimore to lift COVID-19 state of emergency, mandates July 1:

Jon Baron Launches Gubernatorial Bid:

Report Finds Maryland Ranks 24th State In The Nation For Child Well-Being:

Hogan’s Federal Relations Chief Leaving for National Governors Association:

Pressure Grows to Remove Confederate Statue in Talbot County:

Federal News

Investors fear inflation, labor shortages in second half of 2021:

Tokyo Olympics to allow up to 10,000 fans at each event:

States most vulnerable to COVID are also some of the least vaccinated:

American Airlines cuts hundreds of flights amid demand surge:

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