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June 8, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Maryland to limit police use of genealogy websites:

Annapolis City Council approves $152M fiscal 2022 budget, pass 14 amendments:

Maryland Among States Poised to Allow College Athletes to Profit Off Their Name, Image and Likeness:

Wes Moore Launches Bid for Governor With Vow to Eliminate Racial Wealth Disparities:

Workers rally over unemployment benefits, urge Hogan to reverse decision:

Board Of Public Works Approves $2.4 Million Grant To Protect Downtown Ellicott City From Flooding:

As deadline for veto override approaches, Baltimore Council President Nick Mosby pitches security deposit grants:

Lawmakers, Advocates Hope New Superintendent Will Invigorate State Education Agency:

Harford Co. Businessman Enters Race to Replace Cassilly in Senate:

Early Democratic Poll Shows Baker, Adams Leading Statewide Primaries — But Many Voters Undecided:

Federal News

Senate report: Failure to relay intelligence permitted Jan. 6 attack:

Kamala Harris defends not visiting U.S.-Mexico border:

Biden’s DOJ defends Trump in E. Jean Carroll’s defamation lawsuit:

Illegal border crossings most in over decade — with four months to go:



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