Press Releases

July 2020
Van Hollen Statement on House Passage of No Ban Act
Van Hollen, Cardin Call on Trump Administration to Help Secure Access to PPE to Conduct November Election Safely During Pandemic
Van Hollen Discusses Trump Threat to Send Federal Forces to Baltimore, Legislation to Block It
Van Hollen, Menendez, Cardin Introduce Legislation to Address COVID-19 Racial Disparities
Van Hollen, Booker Demand Answers from Attorney General Barr and Acting Secretary Wolf on Deployment of Anonymous Federal Agents in American Cities
Van Hollen Statement on Efforts to Stop Police Militarization, Limit Weapons Transfers
TODAY: Senate to Vote on Schatz, Van Hollen Amendment to Stop Police Militarization, Limit Weapons Transfers
Van Hollen, Merkley, Wyden Announce Legislation to Block Federal Paramilitary Occupations in American Cities
Van Hollen, Durbin, Colleagues Introduce Resolution Opposing Russia’s Inclusion in G7
Van Hollen, Tester, Colleagues Urge Administration to Enforce Housing Eviction Bans During Coronavirus Pandemic
Van Hollen, Rounds Make Bipartisan Push for SBA, Treasury to Provide Small Businesses, Non-Profits with Much-Needed Clarity on PPP
Baltimore Delegation Announces Nearly $425,000 for COVID-19 Research at University of Maryland, Baltimore
Van Hollen Statement on the Passing of Rep. John Lewis
Maryland Congressional Delegation Members, State Officials Express Continued Support for Purple Line
Maryland Delegation Urges Trump Administration to Extend COVID-19 Public Health Emergency and Allow Critical Federal Aid to Continue Flowing to States
Van Hollen, Cardin, Senate Democrats Press Trump Administration To Reverse Move Undermining COVID-19 Hospital Data Collection and Reporting
Amidst Report of Russian Hacking, Van Hollen, Sasse Urge Senate to Move Forward on Bipartisan Legislation to Punish Foreign Theft of U.S. Intellectual Property
Van Hollen, Cardin, Harris Announce More Than $500,000 to Aid Eastern Shore’s COVID-19 Economic Recovery
Van Hollen, Warren Criticize Trump Administration Deal that Allowed Manufacturer of COVID-19 Antiviral Drug Remdesivir to Charge U.S. Purchasers the Highest Prices in the World
Van Hollen, Cardin, Colleagues Push Back on Trump Administration’s Anti-Immigrant Agenda in USCIS Funding Debate
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