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March 18, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Maryland lawmakers approve $577M to settle HBCU lawsuit:

Environmental Bills — on ‘Black Liquor,’ Pollution Tracking and Composting — Move Forward in House:

A new bill proposes to make Maryland school zones safer for pedestrians, cyclists:

What the American Rescue Plan Means for Maryland Childcare Providers:

Family Doctors Seek Role in Vaccine Distribution:

University of Maryland vaccine center in Baltimore to begin testing COVID vaccine in young children:

‘We don’t have the infrastructure’: COVID pandemic highlights nation’s neglected public health systems, including Baltimore’s:

Baltimore to loosen COVID restrictions to 50% capacity for most businesses, including indoor dining:

Racism, fear of violence part of daily life, say members of Maryland’s Asian-American community after Atlanta shootings:

Gov. Hogan, Del. Chang express concern, condolences for Atlanta shooting victims, many of whom were of Asian descent:

MDH Announces GoVAX Virtual Town Hall Series:

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

Montgomery County planning for five-day in-person school week in the fall:

Federal News

Swing voters worry about child migrant buildup:

The coming corporate tax hike:

The Democrats’ two-step to filibuster reform:

Republicans on Biden’s Covid bill: We bungled this one:

New Report Warns of Rising Threat of Domestic Terrorism:

White House to Spend Billions to Increase Virus Testing and Ease Reopening:


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