LARGO, MD – This morning, Congressman Steny H. Hoyer (MD-05) delivered remarks at the Regional Manufacturing Institute of Maryland on House Democrats’ Make It In America agenda. The updated plan focuses on three core areas: education, entrepreneurship, and infrastructure.
“I enjoyed learning more about the important work done by the Regional Manufacturing Institute of Maryland to help businesses in our state be more competitive and energy efficient,” said Congressman Hoyer. “I was also glad to share House Democrats’ updated Make It In America agenda with local business leaders, which was revamped based on input from Marylanders and Americans across the country.”
“During my Make It In America Listening Tour over the past year, I heard from workers, business owners, local leaders, innovators, students, and educators who told me that they want Congress to be a partner in helping them get ahead instead of just getting by,” continued Congressman Hoyer. “That’s why I unveiled the updated plan last month, and I am hopeful that Congress will be able to implement different ideas laid out in the agenda, such as rebuilding our aging infrastructure, making college more affordable, and helping startups bridge the gap between incubation and investment. I appreciate the work the Regional Manufacturing Institute of Maryland is doing, and I join in thanking them for facilitating today’s engaging dialogue.”