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May 10, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News 

Johnny Olszewski announces he will run for re-election in 2022:

Annapolis police budget proposal largely unchanged despite some council members’ desire for reform:

Hogan announces $25M program aimed to help youth recover from pandemic:

Chief judge of Maryland District Courts bans staff from wearing ‘thin blue line’ face masks and other items:

How Prince George’s County’s top leader battled inequity during a global crisis:

Anne Arundel has less say in how state-provided education money is spent after Maryland reduces unrestricted funding:

Democrats on BPW criticize state’s handling of emergency contracts:

Attorney General’s Office Accepting Public Comment on Review of In-Custody Death Reports:

Libertarians Pick Up Council Seat in Eastern Shore Town:

State to Embark on Next Phase of Central Maryland Transit Plan:

Federal News 

The next political battleground: school boards:

Maryland governor: GOP trying to appease Trump in “circular firing squad”:

Facebook oversight board co-chair: Trump egged on Jan. 6 Capitol riot:

Trio of Saturday mass shootings rock U.S.:

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