Press Releases

April 2017
Van Hollen Questions Major Broadband Providers About Privacy Rules
Van Hollen Applauds Court Decision Denying DOJ Effort to Delay Baltimore Consent Decree
Van Hollen Introduces Bipartisan Legislation to Expand ABLE Accounts
Van Hollen, Baltimore Delegation Call on Attorney General Sessions to Rescind Request to Delay Baltimore Consent Decree
Van Hollen, Booker Demand Answers from DOJ on Private Prisons
Van Hollen, Schatz, Cardin, Senators Call on EPA to Enforce Clean Water Rule and Protect Drinking Water
March 2017
Van Hollen, Brown Urges Court to Preserve Consumer Watchdog’s Independence
Van Hollen Introduces Bill to Rescind President’s Anti-Climate Executive Order
Van Hollen Demands Trump Abandon Harmful DOE Cuts
Van Hollen, Duckworth Call on President Trump to Use American Made Steel in Pipeline Construction, Support U.S. Jobs
Van Hollen, Duckworth Call on President Trump to Use American Made Steel in Pipeline Construction, Support U.S. Jobs
Senate Democrats to President Trump: Veto Misguided Resolution That Eliminates Privacy Rules Designed to Protect Americans’ Most Sensitive Personal Information Stored on Computers or Phones – Such As Social Security Numbers, Browser History, And Precise G
Van Hollen, Bipartisan Group of Senators Urge President Trump to Restore Funding to Appalachian Regional Commission
Van Hollen, Senate Dems to President Trump: Abandon ACA Repeal Efforts, Stop Undermining Health Care System, and Work in Bipartisan Fashion to Improve the Law and Lower Health Care Costs For All Americans
Van Hollen and Senate Colleagues Lead Milestone Effort to Bring Down Prescription Drug Prices
Van Hollen Announces Plan to Re-Introduce Carbon ‘Cap and Dividend’ Plan as Trump Signs Executive Order to Poison Atmosphere
Van Hollen to Oppose Gorsuch Nomination
Van Hollen Calls on Sessions to Recuse Himself if Trump-Deutsche Bank Investigations Are Not Impartial
Van Hollen: Trump’s Budget Leaves Maryland’s Children Behind
Van Hollen Introduces Legislation to Overhaul Broken VA Appeals Process
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