Dear Neighbors, During this time of crisis I have been truly inspired by the heroes on the front lines working in our grocery stores, restaurants, hospitals and volunteering at meal giveaways. I encourage you all to find safe and impactful ways to volunteer. It is a great way connect to with others and help those effected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Although, the 2020 legislative session ended prematurely, my staff and I are working hard to ensure that you have the most up to d
State Response to COVID-19 It was announced Sunday night that we will be adjourning the Maryland General Assembly Session early. This is the first time session has been cut short since the Civil War. We hope to reconvene for a Special Session at the end of May. In response to a global pandemic, it is imperative that we take any and all precautions necessary to protect our citizens. As legislators, it is our job to care for our constituents. We will do what is necessary to ens
Dear District 22 Residents,
After weeks of monitoring the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, we are now seeing the virus affect our state and communities. The Maryland General Assembly, the Governor and all state agencies are unified in the effort to keep residents safe in the wake of this public health threat.
Public health research shows, the more steps we can take right now to prevent transmission, the better off Marylanders will be. Out of an abundance of caution, Governo
Legislative Spotlight MAGLEV - HB0715 Prohibited Appropriations - Magnetic Levitation Transport will prohibit the State from using any appropriations for a magnetic levitation transportation system in Maryland. This bill also prohibits any public or private entities that receive money from the state from authorizing a permit for the MAGLEV. Prohibition on Sexual Activity -HB0764 Criminal Law - Law Enforcement Officers - Prohibition on Sexual Activity will prohibit law enforce