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March 17, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Maryland governor says he’s ‘horrified’ by Atlanta killings:

Maryland Sees Fewer Missed Second Vaccines Than Most States:

Contradicting Locals, Hogan Says Montgomery ‘Mass-Vax’ Site Is Not a Done Deal:

Ex-Franchot Aide Resigns as Chair of State’s New Alcohol and Tobacco Commission:

House Advances Proposal to Give Judges More Discretion to Temporarily Stay Evictions:

On Vaccination Crunch, Senator Says: ‘If We Don’t Get Our S*** Together Now, We’re Not Going to Get Our S*** Together Later’:

Josh Kurtz: Are Dems Overconfident About 2022 in Maryland?:

‘Vaccine Passports’ That Show You’re Inoculated Are On the Way:

As Maryland starts to reopen, these residents are grieving loved ones who recently died of COVID:

Hogan weighing expanded Maryland COVID vaccine eligibility; announcement expected ‘shortly’:

Anne Arundel Republican Councilwoman Jessica Haire forms exploratory committee for 2022 executive race:

Mail-in ballot four months late? Postal delays persist in the Baltimore area amid continued federal scrutiny on USPS.:

Senate debate leads to change of heart on elderly drivers’ bill:

Federal News

Suspect in Georgia shootings charged with murder, assault:

Senate unanimously confirms China expert Katherine Tai as U.S. trade representative:

Biden administration to direct $12 billion to schools for COVID testing:

Inflation surpasses coronavirus as investors’ biggest worry:

Biden says he supports reforming Senate filibuster:

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