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March 1, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Maryland grants stimulus aid to undocumented immigrants, other noncitizens:

Maryland lawmakers weigh giving Baltimore full local control of police for first time in 160 years:

Maryland Democrats Support Sprawling $1.9T COVID-19 Relief Bill Passed by U.S. House:

Baltimore Mayor, Gov. Hogan Clash Over Available COVID Vaccine Doses For City Residents:

Maryland lawmakers ready for floor debate on ‘transformative’ policing reforms:

Vice President Kamala Harris talks to Maryland residents on COVID vaccine, stimulus at Black History Month event:

City Senators Express ‘Grave Concerns’ About Vaccine Rollout:

Alsobrooks Joins State Campaign to Encourage People to Get Vaccinated:

Md. Schools to Ramp Up Reopening Monday:

As Policing Bills Hit The Floor, Senators Reflect on a Difficult Legislating Process:

Faith Leaders Press Lawmakers on Immigration Bills:

Maryland will set aside 500 vaccines per week for MTA front-line staff:

Data shows massive cost of COVID-19 to Md. Hospitals:

Md. Senate panel weighs bill lifting jury ban on ex-convicts:

Howard Faces $64 Million Budget Shortfall:

Maryland Board of Public Works – March 10, 2021 Agenda:

Federal News

CDC director warns “now is not the time” to lift COVID restrictions:

Sen. Elizabeth Warren introduces “ultra-millionaire” wealth tax bill:

Biden expresses support for Amazon workers’ union vote in Alabama:

Miami mayor: Bitcoin’s appeal is that governments can’t manipulate it:

Most states aren’t prioritizing prisons for COVID vaccines:

Biden adviser Cedric Richmond sees first-term progress on reparations:

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