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March 24, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Maryland COVID vaccine eligibility expands next week to include all with CDC underlying conditions, disabilities:

Frederick County Executive Race Taking Shape as Two Councilmembers Make Campaign Moves:

Businessman Blair to Make Second Bid for Montgomery Co. Executive:

State, Feds Extend Public Comment Period on Maglev:

Ex-Afro Editor McCarthy Lands Gig With Baltimore City IG Office:

Judicial Proceedings Committee Begins Debate on Controversial TRUST Act Legislation:

New Mass Vaccination Sites Announced As Local Officials Protest Eligibility Changes:

Senate Committee Advances ‘Kirwan 2.0’ With Amendments:

Push To Legalize Recreational Marijuana In Maryland Fails:

Maryland Gov. Hogan to sign bill sending $577 million to state’s historically Black universities:

Complaints filed about Maryland lawmaker who tuned into legislative meetings from the operating room:

Maryland officials plan to make more new cars exempt from emissions testing:

House & Senate Budget Chairs: It’s Time to Fully Fund Community Colleges:

Baltimore City Announces Chief Data Officer, Broadband and Digital Equity Director:

Federal News

Biden’s New Deal: Re-engineering America, quickly:

Germany apologizes and drops plans for strict Easter COVID lockdown:

Senior Biden officials making border visit:

Why the credibility of AstraZeneca’s vaccine data matters:

What we know about the victims of the Boulder mass shooting:




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