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March 5, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Hogan vows to increase Black vaccination rate, while D.C. leaves questions open about who gets priority:

Maryland State Board of Education votes to delay standardized tests until fall:

Baltimore City Council committee advances nomination of Jim Shea for solicitor:

Bills on Digital Tax, Guns at Polling Places Move to Final Senate Votes:

Sports betting debate heats up in Annapolis:

Maryland General Assembly targets suicide prevention:

Get Ready for the Big Legislative Fight of 2023:

Advocates Reiterate Call for Lawmakers to Pursue Meaningful Reform as Policing Bills Move to the House:

In Police Reform Debate, Senators Receive Pushback From ‘Triad of Interests’:

Where does Maryland stand a year after COVID arrived? Pandemic may end soon, but keep your mask on.:

Anne Arundel Postpones Tax Sale:

Federal News

Biden confronts mounting humanitarian crisis at the border:

Trump appointee arrested in connection with Capitol riot:

Hours-long reading of 628-page COVID relief bill delays Senate debate:

Democrats eye reconciliation for immigration:

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