I was glad to have the opportunity to celebrate Women's History Month in Charles County this morning.
I've been proud to work together with Senator Cardin and the Charles County Commissioners throughout my time in Congress to improve the lives of families in Southern Maryland.
I appreciated the opportunity to meet with career Maryland firefighters and paramedics today to reaffirm my strong commitment to ensuring they have the tools they need to keep our communities safe.
I’m proud to stand with my colleagues and with advocates to introduce this bill, which is long overdue.
I appreciated the opportunity to meet with Dr. Goldson this afternoon to learn more about her priorities for students in Prince George's County and the school district as a whole.
I was pleased to attend today's long-overdue groundbreaking ceremony.
I was very pleased to have the opportunity to meet with Ken and Professor Leone to learn more about the important life and legacy of Marylander Frederick Douglass.
As we begin the celebration of Black History Month today, we look to the extraordinary story of African Americans in our country, enriching our national life through civic leadership, military service, business, the arts, science, literature, sports, and entertainment.
For the past 35 days, President Trump and Congressional Republicans have held federal employees and the American people they serve hostage.
I enjoyed joining my constituents in the Fifth District today to reflect on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.