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Feb 21 2018
Trump's latest effort to undermine the ACA makes Maryland action all the more crucial

February 20, 2018 If the Trump administration’s goal was to increase the ranks of the uninsured, it could scarcely have thought of a better policy than the one it announced Tuesday, in which it expands the short-term insurance plans that are exempt from Affordable Care... Read More >

Feb 21 2018
General Assembly weighs bill to require Marylanders to buy health insurance

February 20, 2018 Responding to the federal repeal of the individual mandate requiring everyone to have health insurance, Maryland lawmakers are considering legislation that would impose the requirement at the state level. “We need to find some way to stabilize the individual... Read More >

Feb 21 2018

February 15, 2018 Advocates for the Washington, D.C., region’s beleaguered transit system told a Maryland Senate panel Wednesday the opportunity to fix a decades-old funding flaw appears to be at hand, but they cautioned the moment may not last. Maryland Matters, a sentiment echoed... Read More >

Jan 24 2018
Maryland bill to terminate the parental rights of rapists clears a key hurdle in Senate

A bill that would allow women in Maryland who get pregnant as a result of rape to terminate the parental rights of their assailants passed a key Senate committee Tuesday. The measure has been introduced each year for the last decade but has foundered each time amid questions about... Read More >

Jan 17 2018
Derailment called a ‘red flag’ as Md. lawmakers debate funding for Metro

WASHINGTON — Monday morning’s derailment along Metro’s Red Line comes as regional lawmakers are discussing ways to pay for capital improvements for Metro, including the possibility of dedicated funding. In Maryland, Gov. Larry Hogan has said he is open to regional funding... Read More >

Jan 10 2018
With Obama’s federal mandate disappearing, Md. Democrats push ‘down payment’ plan

Two of Maryland’s Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday unveiled their answer to the federal rollback of Obamacare: a program that would charge a fee to residents who do not buy medical insurance and use the money as a “down payment” to enroll them in coverage from the state’s... Read More >

Jan 10 2018
Top Md. Democrats vow to push through bill terminating parental rights for rapists

A Maryland bill that would allow women who become pregnant as a result of a rape to terminate their attackers’ parental rights has received key legislative support and, after nine years of failed attempts, appears likely to be approved next year. Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller... Read More >

Jan 10 2018
Bill revoking parental rights of rapists gains powerful allies

The two most powerful men in the General Assembly are promising to pass a bill next year stripping parental rights from rapists, adding strong allies to legislation that has died nine times before. Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller announced on Facebook that he would join as a... Read More >

Dec 20 2017
Maryland Democrats to propose Metro funding bill, and Hogan’s initial response is positive

Maryland Democratic lawmakers say they will propose a bill to provide increased, dedicated funding for Metro without raising taxes, and their plan drew an initial, supportive response from Gov. Larry Hogan (R). The initiative means that both the Maryland and Virginia General Assemblies will... Read More >

Nov 20 2017
District 15 Delegation Files for Re-Election

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Contact:  Frederica Struse  410-507-5445 Date:  November 15, 2017            District 15 Delegation Files for Re-Election Annapolis, MD... Read More >

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