Press Releases

September 2020
Van Hollen, Maryland Delegation Members Push for DOD to Reconsider Changes to Military Base Clinics
Van Hollen, Cardin, Democratic Senators Urge School Nutrition Program Extension for 2020-2021 School Year
Van Hollen, Brown, Colleagues Demand the Office of Special Counsel Investigate HUD Secretary Ben Carson for Possible Hatch Act Violation
Maryland Delegation Members Applaud $4.5 Million in Federal Funding to Combat Opioid Crisis
Baltimore Delegation Announces More Than $904,000 in Federal Funding for Baltimore Firefighters
Van Hollen, Inhofe Lead Colleagues in Bipartisan Push to Expand Aviation Workforce Training
August 2020
Baltimore Delegation Announces More Than $1.6 Million for Johns Hopkins University STEM Programs
Van Hollen, Murray, Schumer Blast Trump Administration’s Dangerous Political Interference in COVID-19 Response
Maryland Congressional Delegation Announces $3.4 Million in Funding for Small Businesses Impacted by the Coronavirus Pandemic
Maryland Delegation Members Announce Nearly $580,000 in Federal Funding for Firefighters in Southern Maryland
Maryland Delegation Members Announce More than $115,000 in Federal Funding for Carroll County Fire Fighters and First Responders
Van Hollen, Cardin Release Statements on USCIS Decision to Reverse Course, Cancel Furloughs
Maryland Delegation Members Announce More Than $800,000 in Federal Funding for Western Maryland Fire Fighters
Maryland Delegation Members Announce Nearly $500,000 for Calvert County Firefighters
Maryland Delegation Members Announce Nearly $400,000 for Owings Mills Firefighters
Maryland Delegation Members Announce More Than $1 Million for Fire Departments in Prince George’s, Montgomery Counties
In Response to Van Hollen-Led Letter, Social Security Administration Reveals Devastating Impact of Permanently Eliminating Payroll Tax
Van Hollen, Hirono, Capito, Whitehouse Call on CMS to Make All Recommended Vaccines Accessible to Medicare Beneficiaries
Van Hollen, Gillibrand, Senators Submit Amicus Brief on Ending Discrimination in Foster Care and Adoption
Maryland Delegation Announces More Than $840,000 to Baltimore City for Pandemic Preparedness
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