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More Than 1,200 Baltimore City Schools Staff Members Register For COVID-19 VaccinationBaltimore City Schools announced Friday more than 1,200 staff members have registered to receive their COVID-19 vaccinations. 
FEMA Awards Maryland $341M Grant For COVID-19 ResponseThe Maryland Emergency Management Agency announced Friday that the state will receive a $341 million grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency for its COVID-19 response. 
Baltimore Will Not Outsource Water Meter Operations, Mayor Brandon Scott SaysBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott announced Friday that the city will retain Water Meter Shop operations and staff as part of the Department of Public Works while implementing a plan to overhaul Meter Shop operations for a better-functioning water system. 
Maryland Union Leaders Blast Gov. Hogan Over COVID-19 Health, Safety Agreements Following Deaths Of More Essential WorkersThree more essential workers in the State of Maryland have now died from COVID-19. The local chapter of the Municipal Workers Union AFSCME says the victims worked in state prisons and at the University of Maryland, College Park.  
Stimulus Package Latest: Parents Could Receive Monthly Payments With Expanded Child Tax CreditDemocrats are reportedly drafting a plan to expand the Child Tax Credit, which could lead to monthly payments for millions of the neediest Americans.
Capitol Police Investigating After Maryland Rep. Andy Harris Allegedly Tried To Bring Gun Onto House FloorThe U.S. Capitol police agency is investigating whether Maryland Congressman Andy Harris tried to bring a gun onto the House floor amid tightened security at the Capitol.

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