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March 3, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Rifts Form Among Senate Democrats Over Police Transparency:

Baltimore’s powerful new tool to fight illegal guns:

Hogan Announces New Mass-Vax Sites; State Threatens UMMS Doses:

Bill Would Allow Maryland Students To Enroll In Tuition-Free, Public Virtual School:

Gov. Larry Hogan Defends Controversial Response Over Baltimore City COVID-19 Vaccines:

How references to structural racism got cut from a Md. bill on health disparities:

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott names deputy mayor for community and economic development:

Paradox of New-Look Committee Voting Sessions: You Can’t Get In, But They’re More Open:

Bill Letting Schools Offer Telehealth Advances:

Md. Delegates Join National Group Dedicated to Holding Polluters Accountable for Climate Change:

Baltimore paid him more than $1 million as a GTTF victim, then he allegedly shot his girlfriend. What happened?:

Baltimore County educator unions file legal challenge against school district over medical accommodations:

Maryland getting nearly 50,000 doses of Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine this week:

Hogan appoints former CDC leader Redfield as virus adviser:

Baltimore County Earns Three AAA Bond Ratings:

Federal News

The Fed could be firing up economic stimulus in disguise:

Poll: Immigration is America’s most-polarizing issue:

Progressives ready challenge to Democratic old guard:

Pentagon report: Domestic extremists pose serious threat to military:

Neera Tanden withdraws nomination for Office of Management and Budget director:


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