Press Releases

October 2023
As President Biden Makes Trip to Israel, Van Hollen, Welch, and Schatz Urge Administration to Reinforce Humanitarian Protections in Gaza
Van Hollen, Cardin Praise Biden Nominee Clint Fuchs for U.S. Marshal for the District of Maryland
Van Hollen, Murphy, Senate Colleagues Call for Providing Humanitarian Aid to Address Emergency Needs in Gaza
Van Hollen, Wicker, Norton Introduce Bill Prohibiting Permanent Fencing Around Capitol Complex
Van Hollen, Cardin, Trone Announce More Than $500,000 for Firefighters in Western Maryland
Statement from Senators Van Hollen, Schatz, and Welch
Van Hollen, Cardin Release Statements on Long-Term Solution for Fort Howard Mail Service
Van Hollen, Cardin, Trone Announce $200,000 to Boost Clean Energy Manufacturing in Western Maryland
Van Hollen, Romney Issue Statement on 112th National Day of Taiwan
Van Hollen Statement on Horrific Terrorist Attacks on Israel
Van Hollen, Lofgren, Johnson Welcome Biden Administration’s Re-Designation of TPS for Cameroon
Van Hollen, Cardin, Harris Announce More Than $2 Million for Eastern Shore Firefighters
Van Hollen, Peters, Bipartisan Colleagues Introduce Bill Removing Presidential Authority to Provide Aid to Azerbaijan following Attacks on Armenian People
Van Hollen, Cardin Praise Bipartisan Senate Confirmation of Judge Brendan Hurson for the U.S. District Court of Maryland
Van Hollen, Murphy, Durbin, Welch Lead 16 Senators in Letter to President Biden on U.S. Role in Potential Normalization Agreement Between Saudi Arabia and Israel
Van Hollen, Warren, Whitehouse, Sanders Urge Treasury to Use Rulemaking Authority to Close Loopholes, Make Tax System Fairer
Van Hollen, Cardin, Raskin, Trone Announce Over $500,000 to Prevent Targeted Violence Against LGBTQ+ Youth
Van Hollen, Cardin, Mfume Announce More Than $700,000 for Cancer, Heart Disease Research at University of Maryland Baltimore
Van Hollen, Cardin, Mfume, Moore Announce More Than $20 Million to Advance Critical Maryland Rail Projects
September 2023
Van Hollen Statement on Averting a Government Shutdown
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