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May 7, 2020 In The News
U.S. Rep. David Trone (D-Md.) said a Montgomery County police officer’s suicide last year inspired him to file a bill that could encourage law enforcement officers to get counseling help.
May 6, 2020 In The News
The Maryland congressional delegation announced Tuesday that more than $46 million in additional funding is being released to mostly historically black colleges and universities to help relieve the financial strain that the coronavirus left on institutions.
May 6, 2020 In The News
The Maryland Congressional Delegation is urging Attorney General Barr to take action to stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in federal correctional facilities in order to protect incarcerated individuals, federal employees, and the surrounding communities.
May 4, 2020 In The News

WASHINGTON – The full Maryland Congressional Delegation including U.S. Senators Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen and Congressmen Steny H. Hoyer, Dutch Ruppersberger, John P. Sarbanes, Andy Harris, M.D., Anthony G. Brown, Jamie B.

May 4, 2020 In The News
Democratic senators are accusing President Trump of putting workers at risk by ordering meat and poultry processors to remain open during the COVID-19 pandemic.
May 4, 2020 In The News

In response to the suicide of Montgomery County Police Officer Thomas J. Bomba, Rep. David Trone (MD-6) and Rep. Guy Reschenthaler (PA-14) have proposed a bill to provide police officers with better mental health services.

 

May 1, 2020 In The News
U.S. Senator Ben Cardin recently hosted conversations with Congressman David Trone (MD-06) and public health and economic development leaders from Garrett, Allegany, Washington and Frederick counties on local impacts from and response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Cardin and participants discussed a range of concerns and potential ways the federal government can usher additional resources to help Maryland confront COVID-19 and fully re-open.
May 1, 2020 In The News
Washington, D.C. – Today marks the beginning of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, which commemorates the history, contributions, and achievements of the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community throughout the month of May. The observance originally began as “Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week,” which was established through a joint Congressional resolution in 1978, and was later designated as “Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month” in section 102 of title 36, United States Code. The month of May was chosen due to two important milestones in AAPI history: May 7, 1843, when the first Japanese immigrants arrived in the United States, and May 10, 1869, when the first transcontinental railroad was completed with substantial contributions from Chinese immigrant workers. Members of the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus (CAPAC) released the following statements celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month:
May 1, 2020 In The News
Maryland Congressional Delegation are discussing the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the status of the state’s ability to test for the disease and how to expand that capacity.
May 1, 2020 In The News
WASHINGTON (ABC7) — On Friday, U.S. Representatives David Trone (D-Md.) and Guy Rechenthaler (R-Pa.) introduced a bipartisan bill that would enhance confidentiality requirements for federal law enforcement officers who take part in peer-to-peer mental health support groups.

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