Early Briefing: Iomai Takes a Step Forward

*Iomai of Gaithersburg got a boost from Merck, which said it would test the drug company's patch that is designed to stimulate a stronger immune-system response to vaccines. The companies didn't say what vaccine they'd use in the testing, to be conducted on animals. See story.

* Legislation that would let Constellation Energy give 1.1 million electricity customers in the Washington-Baltimore region a one-time, $170 credit on their bills won preliminary passage in the General Assembly.

*The Maryland Senate voted 30 to 17 to repeal Maryland's computer-services tax, and the House of Delegates is expected to follow suit soon. The repeal is in response to people who said it would undercut the state's IT sector.

By Terri Rupar  |  April 4, 2008; 5:00 AM ET  | Category:  Morning Brief
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