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March 16, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Maryland bans stimulus payments from being garnished:

Baltimore officials unveil draft violence reduction plan:

Md. gained 6,800 jobs in January, US Labor Dept. says:

Montgomery, Prince George’s budget proposals emphasize equity amid recovery:

Maryland using emergency contract for COVID vaccine rollout staffing, acting health secretary says:

Virginia, Maryland and D.C. are preparing for a big boost in vaccine supply:

Del. Wilson Withdraws Controversial Bill to Alter the Statute of Limitations for Child Sex Abuse:

Maryland Legislative Leaders Seek to Adjust Blueprint Plan After One-Year Delay:

Signs of Life in Anne Arundel: Haire Forms Exploratory Committee, McMillan Eyes Exec Bid:

Coalition Says State Should Use Some Federal Relief Funding to Help Essential Workers:

New report released with recommendations to help guide Howard County through post-COVID life:

County Executive Olszewski Announces Legislation to Expand Live Music, Boost Support for Local Musicians:

Maryland Board of Public Works – March 24, 2021 Agenda:

Mayor Scott Announces Reform of City Procurement:

County Re-opening Plans: Most With State, Some Staying Stricter:

Federal News

Joe Biden’s 2021 campaign:

Haaland becomes first-ever Native American in presidential Cabinet:

Fears rise as kids spend even more time on digital media:

DHS chief: U.S. pacing for more border encounters than in the last 20 years:

China’s on a mission to dominate space internet:

Biden under pressure to tap fewer political ambassadors than Trump, Obama:

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