Press Releases

June 2020
Van Hollen, Cardin Introduce Bill to Install Statue of Justice Thurgood Marshall in U.S. Capitol
Van Hollen, Senators Urge Defense Department to Refrain from Using U.S. Military to Suppress Nationwide Protests
Van Hollen Delivers Floor Speech on the Murder of George Floyd, Need for Justice & Action on Systemic Racism
Van Hollen, Heinrich, Tonko Call for Inclusion of Clean Energy Workforce Support in COVID-19 Economic Recovery Packages
Sens. Van Hollen, Casey and Reps. Sarbanes, Scott Lead Bay Members in Bipartisan Letter Urging USDA to Prioritize Bay Health, Support Farmers in Reducing Pollution
May 2020
Van Hollen, Cardin, Brown Announce $4.1 Million for Zero-Emission Metrobuses
Van Hollen, Hassan, Heinrich, Whitehouse, Colleagues Call on FERC to Reject Petition Aimed at Upending States’ Net Metering Programs
Van Hollen Now Accepting Service Academy Applications for Class of 2025
Baltimore Congressional Delegation Announces Nearly $3 Million for Zero-Emission Buses
Van Hollen, Maryland Delegation Members Urge Transparency from State on COVID-19 Testing Plan
Van Hollen, Hassan Raise Concerns Over Declining Child Immunization Rates, Calling for CDC Action
Van Hollen, Schatz, Senators Urge FTC to Investigate Instacart for Deceptive and Unfair Tipping Practices
Baltimore Delegation Announces $1 Million to Help Johns Hopkins Expand Telehealth Capabilities for COVID-19 Patients
Van Hollen, Markey, Bipartisan Group of Senate Colleagues Call for ME/CFS Medical Research Funding in Upcoming Coronavirus Relief Package
Van Hollen, Hassan Call for CDC Guidance on Reopening Long-Term Care Facilities to Visitors
Baltimore Delegation Members Announce $8 Million in Federal Funding for Amtrak
Van Hollen, Cardin, Hoyer, Brown Praise Honorary Promotion for Murdered Bowie State ROTC Student Richard Collins III
Van Hollen, Brown, Colleagues Seek Answers from Trump Administration on the Borrower Protection Program
Van Hollen, Wyden, Harris, Colleagues Press Trump Administration on the Health and Safety of Youth in Juvenile Detention During COVID-19
Van Hollen, Cardin, Harris Announce Coast Guard Station-Oxford Will Remain Open
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