Press Releases

June 2020
Van Hollen, Senators Press Pompeo to Extend Emergency Refugee Protections for Afghan Sikh, Hindu Communities Facing Persecution
Van Hollen, Rubio Press for Action on Bipartisan DETER Act
Van Hollen Statement on House Passage of Justice in Policing Act
Baltimore Congressional Delegation Announces More Than $450,000 to Support Minority- and Women-Owned Businesses and Underserved Community Entrepreneurs
Van Hollen, Udall, Leahy Announce GAO Report Revealing Trump’s 4th of July Event Doubled Costs to Taxpayers in 2019
Van Hollen, Kennedy Introduce Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act as NDAA Amendment
Van Hollen, Pocan, & Colleagues Introduce Bicameral Work Share Proposal to Help Employers and Workers Weather COVID-19 Economic Storm
Senate Unanimously Passes Van Hollen, Toomey Hong Kong Autonomy Act
Van Hollen, Colleagues Introduce Bipartisan, Bicameral Legislation to Cut Energy Costs for Homeowners and Save Energy Efficiency Jobs
Van Hollen Statement on Inadequate Republican-Proposed Police Legislation
Van Hollen, Colleagues Press for Robust Funding for Background Checks, Gun Safety in Next Coronavirus Relief Package
Van Hollen, Cardin, Harris Announce Additional $500,000 in Funding to Expand Telehealth at Atlantic General Hospital
Van Hollen, Duckworth, King Introduce Bill to Significantly Enhance Domestic Production of Life-Saving Medical Supplies
Baltimore Congressional Delegation Announces $3 Million to Reduce Air Pollution and Recycle Carbon Waste
Van Hollen, Cardin Call on McConnell to Bring Bipartisan House-Passed Dream and Promise Act to Senate Floor for a Vote
Van Hollen, Cortez Masto Push to Ensure Survivors of Domestic Violence Can Access Their Economic Impact Payment
Van Hollen Urges Talbot County Council to Remove Talbot Boys Monument in Its Entirety
Van Hollen, Blumenthal Statement on Navy Decision to Not Reinstate Captain Crozier as Commander of the USS Roosevelt
Van Hollen Statement on Juneteenth
Van Hollen, Durbin, Schumer, Colleagues Call for GAO Investigation Into Use of Federal Law Enforcement During Washington, D.C. Protests Following Killing of George Floyd
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