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The Democratic members of Maryland’s congressional delegation are raising questions about election security and operations in the state ahead of 2020.
FREDERICK, Md. (WDVM) — Even though school is out, the cafeteria at Lincoln Elementary School was bustling with students getting in line for lunch. On Tuesday, they were served by two special guests.
Behind the counter and dressed in aprons were local chef Brian Voltaggio and Congressman David Trone spreading the importance of the summer meal program.
U.S. Congressman David Trone headed a roundtable in Hagerstown on Tuesday morning to discuss ways to improve feeding hungry children.
The freshman Democrat said 47% of children in Washington County are so poor that they qualify to receive free meals in school or meals at a reduced price.
As dozens of students walked into Lincoln Elementary Tuesday, they were greeted by Congressman David Trone and local chef Bryan Voltaggio, who had rolled up their sleeves and donned aprons to serve them lunch.
On the menu were baked chicken, corn, carrots, watermelon, applesauce and dinner rolls.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md.–Two mental health bills have been introduced for students in college by Maryland Congressman David Trone.
Life expectancy has declined three straight years for the first time in 100 years in this country. Americans are dying sooner than their parents’ generation, and you can blame the opioid epidemic.
U.S. Rep. David J. Trone (D), the lone freshman in Maryland’s congressional delegation, serves on the House Education and Labor committees- and has made restructuring education a top priority.
WASHINGTON (WDVM) — Congressman David Trone announced Tuesday that he and another congressman secured funding for opioid addiction treatment research.
Trone and New Jersey congressman Andy Kim will split $500 million in funding between the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke and the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
CLEAR SPRING — Local farmers and Maryland agriculture advocates said Friday that they continue to face an uphill climb due to overregulation, labor shortages and biosecurity concerns.
CUMBERLAND — They brought to the table differing backgrounds, experiences and ideas on how to create more jobs in the area. They left with a plan to work as a team, chip away at barriers and build opportunities for local people to live the American dream.