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June 22, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

Maryland says it has detected more than a half million ‘potentially fraudulent’ jobless claims since May:

Anne Arundel County Council members wants Chesapeake Bay Bridge crossing study to start over:

Public Defender: Ocean City Police Department Should Require Body-Worn Cameras:

Child Tax Credit Awareness Day: Maryland Democrats Highlight Direct Payments That Will Support More Than 1M Families:

Medicaid enrollment swells during the pandemic, reaching a new high:

Maryland touts wellness call-in line for those with mental health problems:

MTA to Return to Full MARC and Commuter Bus Service in Late Summer:

Former Senate Budget Chair Barbara Hoffman Remembered as a Trailblazer, Passionate Defender of Baltimore:

Legislative Hearing on I-495/I-270 Contract Set; Losing Bidder Hires Notable Expert:

Federal News

Biden endorses bill to end sentencing disparity for crack and powder cocaine:

White House to acknowledge U.S. will miss July 4 vaccination goal:

The NCAA model is unraveling:

Top White House officials heading to Senate for infrastructure talks:



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