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March 25, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Ferguson: Police Reform Must Be Top Priority in Final Weeks of Session:

Nonprofit Leader Who Helps Maryland ‘Practice’ for Pandemics Creates Software That Helps Solve a Real One:

Majority Rules: House Panel Rewrites GOP Lawmaker’s Bill on Electric Vehicles:

Franchot, Kopp Hit Hogan Administration Over Emergency Contracts:

Hogan Signs $577 Million Settlement Bill for Maryland’s Historically Black Universities:

Senate Passes Bill to Decriminalize Hypodermic Needles, Other Drug Paraphernalia:

Raskin, Nathan-Pulliam, Craig Honored with Senate First Citizen Awards:

Baltimore children’s nonprofit subpoenaed in federal grand jury probe of Marilyn and Nick Mosby:

Maryland Board of Public Works delays approval of emergency COVID vaccine contracts amid transparency concerns:

Alderman Brooks Schandelmeier, appointed to Annapolis Ward 5 seat, running to keep it:

Howard Exec Ball’s Budget to Include Funding for Body-Worn Camera Program:

Federal News

AstraZeneca issues new Phase 3 data for COVID vaccine, confirming safety and efficacy:

Gun control groups join fight against filibuster:

Colorado shooting reminds Kelly of Giffords attack:

North Korea launches two unidentified projectiles into East Sea:

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