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.
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.
I join in honoring the fallen heroes of our nation this Memorial Day and in upholding our shared responsibility to comfort and care for the loved ones and communities they left behind.
I was so proud to attend tonight’s event to celebrate the extraordinary work of Maryland Democrats and get fired up for a busy election season
I was honored to join the Democratic Club of St. Mary’s last night to recognize the dedicated service of Commission President Jack Russell, our Democrat of the Year
I was pleased to attend today’s White House ceremony and witness President Obama present Maryland Teacher of the Year, Sean McComb, the 2014 National Teacher of the Year award.
Americans have always looked to the men and women of our Armed Forces with gratitude and appreciation for placing their lives on the line to defend our freedoms, and as we begin observing National Military Appreciation Month throughout May, let us continue to salute their heroism, service, and sacrifice.
I’m pleased the House passed this legislation today, which makes important investments at military installations in and around the Fifth District and provides additional resources to the men and women who bravely served our nation in uniform.
On Earth Day we are reminded of the special responsibility we have to preserve our land, air, water, and other natural resources for generations to come.
I applaud Governor O’Malley and Lt. Governor Brown on making access to early childhood education a top legislative priority and for working with the Maryland General Assembly to enact the Pre-Kindergarten Expansion Act of 2014.