Press Releases

March 2020
Van Hollen, Democratic Senators Urge Trump to Immediately Maximize Telework for Federal Employees
Van Hollen, Casey, Colleagues Press Trump Administration on Needs of Children and Early Care Providers During Coronavirus Pandemic
Van Hollen, Markey, Colleagues Push to Ensure All Students Can Remotely Continue Education During Coronavirus Emergency
Van Hollen, Smith Introduce Bill to Ensure Free Coronavirus Testing for All Americans
Van Hollen, Cardin, Warner, Kaine Urge Financial Regulators to Take Measures to Protect Hospitality and Tourism Industry Workers During Coronavirus Outbreak
Van Hollen, Cardin, Brown Press Social Security Administration on Telework Policies
Van Hollen, Smith Introduce Bill to Protect Quarantined Workers from Being Fired or Punished by Employers Amid Coronavirus
Van Hollen Joins Peters, Colleagues in Introducing Bill with Colleagues to Provide Unemployment Assistance to Those Affected by Coronavirus
Van Hollen Asks OMB General Counsel to Recuse Himself in GAO Inquiry, Resign as Designated Ethics Official
Van Hollen, Murray, DeLauro Introduce New Emergency Paid Sick Days Legislation
Van Hollen, Rubio, McGovern, Colleagues Introduce Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act
Van Hollen, Gallagher, Cotton, and Colleagues Introduce Bill to Freeze Huawei from U.S. Financial System
Van Hollen, Cardin, Colleagues Request the IRS Extend Tax-Filing Deadline for Individual Taxpayers
Van Hollen Presses EPA on Bay Enforcement Authority, Telework Policies
In Letter to President, Van Hollen, Democratic Senators Call for Coronavirus Economic Response Focused on Helping Those Workers & Families Most Harmed
Van Hollen, Murray, Democrats Push Scalia to Advocate for Workers, Question DOL’s Absence from Task Force
Van Hollen, Hirono, Cardin, Introduce Bill to Expand Telework Opportunities for Federal Employees
Van Hollen, Murray, Democrats Push DeVos to Issue Clear Guidance for Schools and Families, Following Widespread School Closures
Maryland Congressional Delegation Receives Coronavirus Update from Maryland Health Secretary
Van Hollen, Warren, Colleagues Question Bureau of Prisons and Private Prison Contractors About Plans to Prepare for and Manage Coronavirus at Federal Prisons
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