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February 25, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Anne Arundel activists call on police to make trial board hearings accessible by livestream:

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser’s sister dies from Covid as city passes 1,000 deaths:

Mayor Scott to Hire Baltimore’s First Digital Equity Director:

Maryland Bill Would Ban Chemical Conversion Of Plastic Into Fuel:

Hogan Catches Flak for Red Line Cancellation at U.S. Senate Hearing on Infrastructure:

Bill Seeks to Protect Children Against Abusive Parents in Family Court Proceedings:

In Environmental Justice Push, Lawmakers Look to Decrease Harmful Toxins and Reform Government Responses:

Anne Arundel creates legal aid program for Annapolis housing authority residents facing eviction:

Measure Would Lock Hogan Administration In to Promises on Highway Widening:

Frosh Leads Attorneys General In Support for Federal Election Reform Package:

Unemployment Insurance Recipients to Get Benefits Through Direct Deposit:

Bay Bridge crossing study on three corridors through Anne Arundel open for comment after COVID delay:

Eastern Shore residents question recent spike in electric bills:

Charles Appoints Resilience Authority to Tackle Climate Change:

Bill Henry hires a Dixon insider to assist in his reform efforts:

Homeless people in Baltimore helped with state ID cards and vaccinations:

Federal News

New coronavirus cases fall by 20%:

Cheney’s take on Trump highlights GOP split about future:

Black churches become vaccine hubs:

Biden, Harris to headline House Dem retreat next week:

Biden’s big task: Keeping 50 Democrats in line:

Fraud fears and messy data stall FEMA program for Covid victims:

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