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March 10, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Some Local Leaders Expressing Concerns Over COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution In Maryland:

Maryland raises revenue projections as economic recovery continues:

Maryland Senate Debates How to Fund Omnibus Climate Bill:

COVID Latest: Maryland Lifts Quarantine Restrictions On Out-Of-State Travel, Testing Strongly Encouraged:

COVID bill to deliver big health insurance savings for many:

Elrich: Hogan’s Push to Re-Open ‘Will Trigger Another Spike’:

Jones’ Heavily Amended Police Reform Bill Hits the House Floor:

Bill Would Make Mail-In Ballot Materials Easier to Understand:

Delegate Seeks to Eliminate Property Tax Breaks For Country Clubs:

House Panel Moves Relief for Tenants – With Sweeping Cuts:

Maryland has spent millions on emergency contracts to improve COVID vaccine rollout, but few details made public:

Baltimore City, counties reviewing Maryland governor’s order to ease COVID restrictions:

Frederick Expands Emergency Rental Assistance Program:

Baltimore County Library to Eliminate Loan Fees for Youth Accounts:

Kirwan Blueprint Follow-Up Bill Filed, Expect A Fast Track:

Howard Fire & Rescue Services Promotes First Black Woman to Chief Officer:

Federal News

Top U.S.-China officials to hold first in-person meeting under Biden administration:

Senate confirms Marcia Fudge as HUD secretary:

Biden to announce purchase of additional 100 million J&J vaccine doses:

House passes major labor rights expansion:

Alaska 1st state to make COVID vaccine available to everyone over 16:

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