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Jun
14
Feldman draws support for District 15 Senate seat

Del. Brian Feldman of Potomac has drawn the support of District 15’s Democratic caucus to be appointed to fill the Maryland Senate seat that will be vacated in September by state Sen. Robert J. Garagiola (D) of Germantown. “We believe Brian’s success as a senior House of... Read More >

Jan
14
Transportation Summit Presentations

Below are links to two PowerPoint presentations in PDF format from the 2012 Transportation Summit which took place on December... Read More >

Dec
18
Brian's interview on Political Pulse

Watch the interview with Maryland House of Delegates Brian Feldman on Political Pulse. http://mmctv.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=3&clip_id=789 ... Read More >

Oct
25
Brian's interview on Comcast Newsmakers

Watch the interview with Maryland House of Delegates Brian Feldman... Read More >

Oct
25
Brian recently profiled nationally by the AICPA

Brian was profiled in a video by the AICPA. Learn about how these state CPA lawmakers took that next step, and join the group that works to protect and strengthen the... Read More >

Oct
17
Rosapepe, Feldman Ask O'Malley to back 'End the gridlock Constitutional Amendment,' not just Gambling

With Maryland transportation investment blocked by the legislature's refusal to support hikes in the gas tax, Senator Jim Rosapepe (D, College Park) and Delegate Brian Feldman (D, Potomac) have written to Governor Martin O'Malley urging him to support their "End the gridlock... Read More >

Oct
01
Maryland Electricity Reliability Act Becomes Law

The Maryland Electricity Service Quality and Reliability Act (HB 391), commonly referred to as the Pepco Bill, was signed into law by Governor O'Malley today in a bill signing ceremony held in the State House. The Maryland Electricity Service Quality and Reliability Act, introduced by Delegate... Read More >

Aug
03
Our plan to get Maryland moving on transportation funding

It’s no secret that Maryland leads the nation in traffic congestion (the Washington suburbs are No. 1; the Baltimore region is No. 5). Nor is it a secret why: The combination of increased fuel efficiency, the Great Recession and rising and fluctuating oil prices has blown a big hole... Read More >

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