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March 29, 2021 News of the Day

State and Local News

COVID Cases Rise Following Easing of Restrictions, Despite Growth in Vaccinations:

Senator Stalls Nominees to Alcohol Commission He Helped Create:

Redfield’s Statements About Virus Origins, Senator’s Comments During Immigration Debate Draw Sharp Rebuke:

What Happens in Baltimore County if Johnny O Runs for Governor?:

House Election Bills Start Moving in Md. Senate, as Biden Blasts Laws Limiting Voting Access:

Vaccination “Test” Could Decide Health Chief’s Confirmation, Ferguson Says:

Baltimore will no longer prosecute drug possession, prostitution and other low-level offenses:

Legislators OK bills to rename Maryland’s 2 appeals courts; voters could decide question in 2022 referendum:

Leaders tour SE Baltimore site to promote Hispanic vaccine equity:

Bill would limit use of DNA databases to solve crimes in Maryland:

Maryland Board of Public Works – April 7, 2021 Agenda:

Bill to Remove Administrative Burden in Property Tax Collection Moving in Senate:

Hogan Administration Adopts Updated CDC Guidelines for Schools:

Senate Passes “Framework” for 2021-22 Testing, Tracing, Vaccinating:

Still-new Baltimore City Council grapples with Mosby investigation while trying to form allegiances, carry out city business:

Federal News

Massive container ship freed from Suez Canal:

Moderate Democrats buck Biden tax hikes:

Economists bullish on Biden’s $3 trillion infrastructure plan:

Derek Chauvin trial opening statements: What to expect:

Millions of Americans remain vulnerable as variants drive up cases:



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