Today’s official report shows that Maryland providers have administered 1,149,267 total doses of COVID-19 vaccines, and 84.1% of all first doses received from the federal government. The state is averaging a new record-high 30,387 shots per day.Official data is posted daily at coronavirus.maryland.gov.The fourth state-run mass vaccination site will open no later than March 11 at Regency Furniture Stadium in Charles County. This … Continue reading Update on the GoVAX Campaign
“Republic. I like the sound of the word.” - John Wayne as Davy Crockett; The Alamo We live in a Republic. One of the best forms of government, even though it is not perfect. With a Republic comes responsibility on the part of her citizens. American citizens must do their part, to not participate in their … Continue reading Election Day Means Election Day
Below is the link to the video of my testimony in favor of HB 888. This bill will help those who were unable to respond in Volunteer Departments due to COVID-19 concerns. This was particularly the case with many elder members of Volunteer Departments who are on a fixed income. HB 888 would allow these … Continue reading HB 888 – Income Tax – Subtraction Modification for Volunteer Fire, Rescue, or Emergency Medical Services Members – Active Status Points
The Maryland Department of Housing and Development awarded a total of $259,003 in economic recovery aid to Cumberland, Frostburg, and Williamsport, District 1C's largest communities. It is a great step and investment in our state's recovery from this pandemic! Below is the full list of municipalities that also received aid from the State.
This page is still currently under maintenance but, we are going to be posting updates to our Facebook page (link below), and other information here. What is the Office of Post Pandemic Opportunities? Our intention with this new office, is to meet with local officials, organizations, businesses, community colleges, and others so as to help … Continue reading Office of Post Pandemic Opportunities
Development Coordinator, Bill Valentine, gave an interview in regards to the Office of Post Pandemic Opportunities. An online program designed to educate small business owners on how to expand their businesses, has been created with the support of the Allegany College of Maryland. It is a 13-week course that costs only $49. Check out the … Continue reading OPPO on WCBC Radio
Below are the slides showing the data of the COVID-19 vaccine distribution.
Maryland providers have now administered 908,979 COVID-19 vaccines, and 87.4% of all first doses received from the federal government have been given. The state is averaging 25,879 shots per day. Official data is posted daily at coronavirus.maryland.gov.The Maryland National Guard is supporting the rollout of safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines in a number of capacities, from deploying Mobile Vaccination Support Teams to local … Continue reading GoVAX Campaign Update
Maryland providers have now administered 893,860 COVID-19 vaccines, and 86.6% of all first doses received from the federal government have been given. The state is averaging another new all-time high of 27,732 shots per day.Official data is posted daily at coronavirus.maryland.gov.Dr. Jerome Adams, 20th U.S. Surgeon General and one of the first Marylanders to be vaccinated against COVID-19, believes the arrival of … Continue reading COVID-19 Vaccine Update
Below is the House Minority Caucus' statement on the fight to help sustain Governor Hogan's veto on HB 4. We will continue to fight for Marylanders' rights during this Session. Included is the video of floor speeches regarding HB 4. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEFebruary 11, 2021 Minority Caucus Fights for Marylanders' 2nd … Continue reading Defending Marylanders 2nd Amendment Rights