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1 Marylanders Could See RELIEF Act Stimulus Payments This Week, Franchot Says – Maryland Matters
2 Maryland's comptroller wants another round of stimulus checks for residents
3 They are prioritized for COVID vaccines. But some Marylanders with disabilities still facing access hurdles.
4 Nearly 13% of Marylanders have received at least one vaccine dose
5 Some Marylanders receiving unemployment benefits get overpayment notices
6 Number of Marylanders hospitalized with COVID-19 continues to decline
7 Feeling left out of Maryland's RELIEF Act? You're not alone.
8 Fast-growing social media group is helping Marylanders to get vaccine appointments
9 Marylanders Could See Relief Payments By Friday, Comptroller Says
10 Hogan can’t explain away Maryland’s vaccine inequities. He needs a plan to fix them instead.
11 Maryland is sending RELIEF Act stimulus checks ASAP. Here's how to track online
12 Franchot: Leadership and results Marylanders deserve | Avenuenews | avenuenews.com
13 Maryland reports 827 new COVID cases and 13 deaths, along with 37,000 doses of vaccine administered
14 How to fix Maryland’s failed vaccination system | READER COMMENTARY
15 Maryland senators advance tax credit for non-citizens left out of the RELIEF Act
16 UNEMPLOYMENT| 12,283 Marylanders file for unemployment; 730,000 layoffs in US
17 Letters: A new Bay Bridge can’t go here; Peter Franchot for governor; Marylanders will pay the digital tax | READER COMMENTARY
18 Marylanders Encouraged to Become Community Supported Agriculture Members
19 Maryland's Relief Proposal Amended to Provide Broader Stimulus Checks – Maryland Matters
20 White Virginians and Marylanders getting vaccinated at a faster rate than Black residents, data shows
21 Marylanders can take state's 'speed survey' to test internet access
22 10% of Marylanders have received 1 COVID vaccine dose; positivity rate drops beneath 5% for 1st time since November
23 White Maryland residents have gotten 4 times the COVID vaccine doses as Black people, a gap not improving with increased eligibility
24 As Many Marylanders Head Back To Classrooms, MDOT SHA Urges Drivers, Parents, And Students To Stay Alert And Look Out For Each Other
25 Vaccine Sign-Up Frustrates Marylanders; Leaders Want Single Form
26 Older Marylanders are searching frantically for vaccines. Few are finding them.
27 Marylanders registered to be vaccinated at M&T Bank Stadium. UMMS canceled the appointments, saying the link was ‘inadvertently’ made public.
28 State AARP President: Working Marylanders Need Access to Paid Family Leave – Maryland Matters
29 Hucker Calls for Increased Relief Payments to Marylanders
30 Maryland’s coronavirus positivity rate has been below 5% for two weeks as state tries to ramp up vaccination effort
31 Xfinity data cap that would affect Marylanders is postponed by Comcast until 2022
32 Marylanders react to another round of snow, freezing rain
33 Marylanders Spend Friday Cleaning Up Mess Left Behind By Recent Round Of Winter Weather
34 Partnering with churches, Maryland officials push pop-up clinics as way to address vaccine inequity
35 COVID relief should be provided to all working Marylanders regardless of citizenship status | COMMENTARY
36 1 In 5 Young Marylanders Have Received Bank Of Mom & Dad Funding Since The Start Of The Pandemic.
37 While some desperately hunt for appointments, other Marylanders don’t want to get a COVID vaccine — at least not yet
38 Janet Holbrook: The blitz aimed at Maryland’s new digital tax was full of falsehoods | COMMENTARY
39 Maryland's average positive test rate dips below 4% for first time since November
40 Maryland to open fourth mass vaccination site in Southern Maryland’s Charles County
41 ‘We Really Missed The Snow’: Marylanders Enjoy One Of State’s Biggest Snowstorms In Years
42 Coronavirus relief on the way for Marylanders
43 General Assembly introduces legislation to help unemployed Marylanders
44 Make it easier for Maryland’s unemployed to get health insurance | READER COMMENTARY
45 UNEMPLOYMENT| 28,927 Marylanders file for unemployment; 861,000 layoffs in the US
46 As Marylanders struggle to find vaccine appointments, some call on state to create a single sign-up site
47 Tale of two benefits: Maryland’s unemployment insurance failed, while direct relief payments worked. Here’s what one can learn from the other | COMMENTARY
48 Meet the Maryland COVID vaccine hunters, a Facebook group that has helped many make appointments
49 Half of Marylanders willing to share their health data with Big Pharma to improve COVID-19 vaccines, reveals study.
50 Lawmakers consider protections to help struggling Marylanders avoid eviction
51 Maryland confirms fewer than 1,000 new cases per day for six straight days
52 State lawmakers look to plug-in disconnected Marylanders
53 What the hell is going on with Maryland's unemployment system?
54 Lucky Marylanders who got COVID-19 shots at CVS say process was easy
55 Marylanders warned to stay off the roads amid icy conditions as the region prepares for a second round of snowfall
56 Officials Urge Marylanders To Stay Off The Roads When Winter Weather Moves Through Region
57 Comptroller Franchot urges Marylanders to buy local, save money and protect the environment with ENERGY STAR appliances
58 Facebook Group Helps Thousands Of Marylanders Get Questions Answered About COVID-19 Vaccination Process
59 Pandemic-EBT providing Marylanders with food security
60 Baltimore pastor: Bill to ban menthol sets up Black Marylanders for more interactions with police | COMMENTARY
61 Over 50K Marylanders File For Unemployment In Last Week
62 Letters: Democrats’ tax policies cause Marylanders to flee; Vaccinations not going well in Carroll; Impressed by Carroll vaccination efforts | READER COMMENTARY
63 State labor department addresses Marylanders receiving unemployment overpayment notices
64 Facebook Group Helping Thousands Of Marylanders Get Answers, Resources For COVID-19 Vaccinations
65 Franchot: Economic impact payments should arrive in the mail to qualified Marylanders this week
66 Maryland Task Force partnering with county health departments to vaccinate vulnerable Marylanders
67 Minority Caucus Fights for Marylanders' 2nd Amendment Rights Pushes to Sustain Veto on HB 4
68 Maryland’s Falling COVID-19 Positivity Rate Shows Residents Heeding Warnings, Expert Says, But People Shouldn’t Get Overconfident
69 Marylanders Without Internet Can Call COVID-19 Vaccination Support Center
70 Call center opens 7 days a week to help Marylanders nab COVID vaccine appointments
71 11 TV Hill: Getting Marylanders vaccinated, waiting on supply
72 Test Drive: Two-thirds of Marylanders prefer drive-through vaccinations over walk-ins, reveals poll.
73 Don't have internet? Call COVID-19 vaccine support center
74 The Healing Maryland’s Trauma Act would put government in the people’s corner
75 Want to protect kids from tobacco? Let Maryland’s local government set standards, too | COMMENTARY
76 Marylanders Continue Cleaning Up After Winter Storm Dropped More Than A Foot Of Snow In Parts Of State
77 Protections proposed to help struggling Marylanders avoid eviction
78 Prioritize Maryland’s health: Remove flavored tobacco products from the market | COMMENTARY
79 Energy Justice for Maryland's Low-Income Communities
80 Already struggling Marylanders facing thousands of dollars in unemployment overpayment
81 Maryland's new "SpeedSurvey" website tests internet speeds in underserved rural, urban areas
82 Rushing Beltway construction won’t solve Maryland’s congestion problem
83 Exhausted Marylanders share unemployment stories
84 Officials Urge Marylanders To Stay Off Roads As Winter Weather Moves Through
85 House GOP Offers Alternatives For Immigrants, Vulnerable Populations, and Retirees
86 Marylanders struggle to get vaccine appointments on state's 'confusing, chaotic' website
87 Maryland’s senators must ensure Biden’s judicial nominees embrace reform
88 Maryland's first 2 mass vaccination sites open: 'I'm just pleased to be able to get it'
89 Marylanders Each Drank 669 Alcoholic Drinks (On Average) In 2020, Reveals Study.
90 Slavery and the Civil War: Maryland’s complicated past | COMMENTARY
91 Hur resigns as Maryland's US attorney – Maryland Daily Record
92 Maryland's cannabis industry is eager for legalization, but will it happen this year?
93 Ashwani Jain, 31, aims to be Maryland's first millennial governor
94 Good Samaritan law protects drugs users from prosecution, Md. court says
95 Annapolis further divides Marylanders through legislation, delegate says
96 $150 million in emergency funding approved for MD Division of Unemployment Insurance
97 #BeOnWJZ: Marylanders Share Their Snow Pictures
98 Opinion: Immigration Status Should Not Be a Barrier to Working Family Tax Credits – Maryland Matters
99 Maryland Residents with a Social Security Number Already on File with the State are One Step Closer to REAL ID | Southern Maryland News Net
100 Photos Show Marylanders Having Fun In First Significant Snowfall In Years