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Maryland economic relief

  • Maryland will get billions of federal dollars to help residents hit hard by the pandemic, and there’s bipartisan agreement on how to spend it. National polls show Republicans are less likely to get a COVID-19 vaccine, but some Baltimore County republican lawmakers scoff at a few of the theories swirling about. And the Maryland General Assembly considers bills that would change the way those sentenced to long prison terms are treated.
  • Governor Hogan signs a $1.1 billion pandemic relief package. Comptroller Franchot promises to send payments to recipients by the end of the week. State…
  • Maryland lawmakers unanimously pass a major COVID relief package. Some mass vaccination sites open in Maryland. Baltimore’s new public tracking system…
  • Governor Hogan announces some much-needed state aid for businesses hit hard by the pandemic. Anne Arundel County’s leader announces new local restrictions…