Today, Lt. Governor Brown joined education stakeholders to announce $4.3 million in Pre-Kindergarten Expansion Grants, which were made possible through the Pre-Kindergarten Expansion Act of 2014 passed by the Maryland General Assembly and signed into law this year.
Everyone who participated in the Democratic primaries did so because they want to grow more opportunities for Maryland families – and I thank Attorney General Gansler and Delegate Mizeur for their work to make our party stronger. Today, we are standing together to send a strong message to voters that we are united behind Anthony Brown and Ken Ulman, and we are going to work tirelessly to elect them and to make Brian Frosh our next Attorney General.
“Jobs is the No. 1 issue because it’s critical,” Hoyer said. Job creation has nothing to do with political parties, he said.
U.S. Rep. Steny H. Hoyer (D-Md., 5th), the Fifth District Women’s Network Advisory Committee and other women’s organizations hosted the forum at the Colony South Hotel in Clinton to find an economic agenda that works for women.
I congratulate Anthony Brown and Ken Ulman on being selected as the Democratic Party’s nominees for Governor and Lt. Governor of the state of Maryland.
I was pleased to host tonight’s forum to discuss issues whose impact are felt every day, not only throughout the Fifth District but across our country.
Climate change is having a significant impact on Maryland families and businesses, and it’s critical that we invest in cleaner, more efficient energy generation over the coming years.
As co-chair of the Congressional Fire Services Caucus, I have made it my mission to fight for Assistance to Fire Fighters and SAFER grant awards for Maryland fire departments to enhance their safety and ensure they have the tools needed to protect our communities.
I organized this roundtable discussion today because the way our nation upholds its commitment to veterans has been much-discussed over the past several weeks, in light of very disturbing news about lapses at VA facilities.
From deadly storms and rising temperatures to increased rates of asthma and other health threats, climate change is having a real and significant impact here in Maryland and throughout the country.