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Council members give ultimatum to Elrich to form better COVID-19 testing strategy

Executive, health officer push back, say current plan has been effective

Unemployment rate in Montgomery rises to 8.9% in May

More than 123,500 people have filed initial jobless claims in county since early March

Evan Glass

LGBTQ bill would protect against discrimination in health care

Proposal expands county’s anti-discrimination law to gender expression, HIV status

Elrich proposes cutting $66M from budget because of pandemic impact

Asks council to approve lines of credit for first time in county history


Immigrant feeds 400 families 3 days a week from his Silver Spring garage

Plus: County summer camps starting July 20, with fraction of participants; Public libraries host ‘Virtual HIRE’ career assistance sessions

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More than 500 Montgomery College immigrant students could be forced to leave if classes are online in fall

New national policy says visa students must transfer, leave country if no in-person classes offered

Novavax gets $1.6B contract for COVID-19 vaccine work

Contract calls for 100 million doses, possibly by end of year

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