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March 11, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Massive national COVID relief bill a ‘lifeline’ for Baltimore, mayor says:

Olszewski mulls keeping some capacity restrictions in place, working with neighbors:

Maryland public health leaders get a look for open Biden administration jobs:

Bill would give Md. firefighters, EMTs right to bear arms:

As $1.9 Trillion Package Passes Congress, State Legislators Want Role in Md.’s Stimulus Spending:

Md. Environment Chief Hails New EPA Administrator — a Former State Regulator Himself:

Bill Would Allow the Attorney General to Sue Companies for Climate Fraud:

As ‘Big 8’ Leaders Debate Re-Opening Order, Top Expert Calls it ‘Premature’:

State, Prince George’s Partner to Get Vaccines to Residents:

What will dining look like as Maryland lifts COVID capacity limits? For some, confusion and concern remains.:

Maryland Board of Public Works OKs settlement on juvenile life sentences:

Measure to expand teleheath coverage passes Md. Senate:

More vaccines to be set aside for hard-hit Maryland county:

Baltimore County launches COVID-19 vaccine education campaign:

Federal News

America’s nightmarish year is finally ending:

Native American tribes lead the way on coronavirus vaccinations:

New report urges reopening of schools:

Cyber, human rights expected to top U.S.-China summit:

State, city shares of relief law could spark infighting:

Senate confirms Michael Regan as EPA administrator:

Senate confirms Merrick Garland as attorney general:

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