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The General Assembly passed measures restricting the use of physical force and no-knock warrants, as well as repealing the Law Enforcement Officers' Bill of Rights.
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  • A new bill lowers the age of consent for Maryland minors to access mental health treatment. Governor Hogan creates a working group to combat hate crimes against Asian Americans. And, she’s got giant eyelashes, purple eyes and a big mouth. We’ll take you to the site of Baltimore’s newest trash wheel designed to clean garbage from the Gwynns Falls.
  • After a long contentious debate, the Maryland General Assembly passed a landmark police reform bill Wednesday. Governor Larry Hogan hasn’t committed to signing the bill, but had a sharp rebuke for it this morning. Maryland senators have inched the state closer to legalized sports betting. The University of Maryland Medical System aims to tackle racial disparities in health care with its first chief of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. And we’ll hear from a leader at the Justice Policy Institute, about the toll this pandemic has had on Maryland prisons.
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