As our state and our nation confront a growing public health crisis due to the coronavirus pandemic, I brought critical legislation to the House Floor tonight to address some of the economic impacts that families will face in the days and weeks ahead.
I am honored to receive a 97% score from the League of Conservation Voters.
The health and security of my constituents remains my number one priority, and I appreciated the opportunity to hear from Maryland Secretary of Health Robert Neall this morning about our state’s response to the coronavirus.
A bust of Chief Justice Taney should not be displayed in a place of honor in our nation’s Capitol.
I appreciated the opportunity to hear directly from our HBCU Presidents about some of the challenges they face and how we can work together to support our students.
The coronavirus is a public health threat that demands a strong, coordinated response by federal, state, and local partners.
I appreciated the opportunity to meet with public health and safety officials as well as educators to discuss what steps the community is already taking to address the threat that coronavirus presents and what additional work will need to be done.
Our educational system relies on a robust pipeline of teachers who are passionate about preparing the next generation of leaders, knowledgeable about their subject matter, and demographically representative of the communities they serve.
Joe, it took a hundred years since the first [anti]lynching bill was introduced, as you know, by an African American Congressman in 1900, George Henry White.
I am pleased this will be a bipartisan vote.