Press Releases

June 2022
Van Hollen, Duckworth, Durbin Call on DOJ to Ensure Government Websites Comply with the ADA
Van Hollen, Colleagues Urge President Biden to Issue Executive Order to Defend Americans’ Right to an Abortion
Van Hollen, Cardin, Colleagues Hold Dedication Ceremony for Rooms Honoring Senators Barbara Mikulski and Margaret Chase Smith
Van Hollen, Cardin Join Colleagues in Introducing Resolution Recognizing June as LGBTQ Pride Month
Van Hollen, Cardin, Colleagues Urge U.S. Intelligence Agencies to Prepare to Counter Russian Disinformation Targeting Upcoming Elections
Van Hollen Statement on Smithsburg, Md. Shooting
Van Hollen, Sanders, Warren, Colleagues Introduce Legislation to Expand Social Security by $2,400 a Year and Extend Solvency for 75 Years
Van Hollen, Risch, Rounds Applaud Committee Passage of Somaliland Legislation
Van Hollen, Markey, Colleagues Raise Concerns Over Skyrocketing Motor Vehicle Fatalities
Van Hollen, Cardin, Hoyer Announce $1.9 Million for Piney Point Lighthouse and Museum Shoreline Restoration in St. Mary’s County
Maryland Delegation Announces Nearly $3.8 Million in Federal Funding to Help Local Colleges Set Students Up for Success
Maryland Delegation Announces Nearly $500,000 in Federal Funding for Frostburg State University’s ASTAR Program
Van Hollen, Cardin: New Director of EPA Chesapeake Bay Program “Solidly Prepared to Deal with the Challenges the Bay Faces and the Realities of a Rapidly Changing Climate”
Maryland Congressional Delegation Announces More Than $7 Million in AmeriCorps Funding for Maryland
New Third Way Report Details Importance of Van Hollen, Bera Easy Health Enrollment Bill
Van Hollen, Cardin Submit Direct Funding Requests for Community Projects Supporting Economic and Small Business Development
Van Hollen, Cardin, Chesapeake Bay Watershed Senators Urge Strong Funding for Bay Restoration Efforts
May 2022
Van Hollen, Markey, Meng Urge Passage of More Funding to Close the Digital Divide as FCC Funding for Student Internet Access Wanes
Baltimore Congressional Delegation Announces Over $15 Million to Increase Capacity at Port of Baltimore through Infrastructure Improvements
Prince George’s County Congressional Delegation, Alsobrooks Announce Upgraded Clinic for Area Veterans Included in Bipartisan Legislation
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