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Sarbanes Announces Federal Grants for Howard County and Annapolis Fire Departments

TOWSON, Md. Congressman John Sarbanes (D-Md.) today announced that the Howard County Department of Fire Rescue Service and the City of Annapolis Fire Department will receive a total of more than …
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Statewide Day of Action - August 25th, 2018

Join the campaign to re-elect Governor Hogan, assist Craig Wolf as he takes on Brian Frosh, support our U.S. Senate candidate Tony Campbell, and help us keep changing Maryland for the better! Next S…
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MDGOP Weekly Briefing - Week of August 6th, 2018

Ben Jealous had a terrible week on the campaign trail that was entirely self-inflicted. He continues to deflect questions about how much he will raise your taxes to fund his far-left proposals. Here'…
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Annapolis Update - Transource and Prescription Drug Updates

Hogan Requests Transource Power Line Re-EvaluationAs many in Harford County are aware, the proposed Transource Energy powerline project would construct approximately 15 miles of new overhead transmis…
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Fixing Our Democracy – in Baltimore and Across America

Dear Friend, On Wednesday, I held a panel discussion in Baltimore to highlight the many exciting democracy reform initiatives taking place around the country at the local, state and federal levels.
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Sarbanes Statement on One-Year Anniversary of White Supremacist Violence in Charlottesville

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman John Sarbanes (D-Md.) released the following statement today on the one-year anniversary of white supremacist violence in Charlottesville, and ahead of another planned …
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Chris Collins' Indictment Shines Light on Inadequacy of Stock Trading Law

“Congress absolutely can, and should, explore new rules to tighten our securities law and shut down any sort of insider trading, including by members of Congress,” said Rep. John Sarbanes, D-Md., in …
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Rooftops Newsletter: You Can Go Home Again

Over the past year or so, we have been writing about new tools that NFESH has developed and deployed as part of our What A Waste and REACH projects. These tools are about discovery. NFESH cannot help…
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Democrats Demand White House Reveal Details of Outside Businessmen’s Influence on VA Policy

Congressional Democrats are demanding the White House clarify who is leading veterans policy efforts for the administration after a ProPublica investigation found evidence a trio of executives with p…
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Commuting Troubles for Many Feds, and What’s Next for a Pay Raise

A group of seven Democratic lawmakers from the Washington, D.C., area demanded Wednesday that House leadership add reforms and funding for the city’s public transit service to a pending infrastructur…
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MDGOP Weekly Briefing - Week of July 30th 2018

More momentum is building in our push to bring balance to Maryland. Delegate Mary Beth Carozza's run for State Senate has been placed on the Republican State Leadership Committee's national top 18 ra…
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Forget Left and Right. This Is What Will Determine Midterms.

A program to renew self-rule is coming to a congressional campaign near you. In late June, Rep. John Sarbanes (D-Md.) introduced a resolution outlining a broad agenda that has been co-sponsored by 16…
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News from Historic Annapolis - August 2, 2018

New Brice House Blog PostExploring the Brice House Paint EvidenceSusan L. Buck, Ph.D., Conservator and Paint AnalystWant to learn more about the James Brice House Restoration?    Join us for a peek b…
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Annapolis Chorale Holds August Summer Sing and Auditions

The Annapolis Chorale, one of the region’s largest and most dynamic performing ensembles, will hold an informal summer sing for the 2018-2019 season on Monday, August 13, at 7:30 at St. Anne’s Church…
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Sarbanes Statement on Baltimore’s Progress Toward Citizen-Owned Elections

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Democracy Reform Task Force Chair Rep. John Sarbanes (D-Md.) released the following statement today after Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh approved a ballot question that would give …
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