Yesterday was the first day of the 2022 Session. The Republican Legislative Caucus passed a mission statement that stated the following: "The members of the House Republican Caucus represent millions of Marylanders across this state. We have an obligation to the people we are elected to represent, and to all Marylanders, to advocate for policies … Continue reading Republican Caucus Mission Statement
This Session, we will be putting forth various pieces of legislation to protect the right of every life in our State. Various Senators and Delegates have worked with Maryland Right to Life in helping draft legislation that will become law. If we are able to pass these bills, we would have model laws for other … Continue reading Right to Life in Session 2022
This Friday, October 1, 2021, there are a huge amount of bills that were passed in the Legislature that will become law. While there are a few that are routine, there are many that should raise concerns for all Marylanders across the state. Two of the most concerning laws that stick out the most are … Continue reading Laws Going into Effect October 1
On July 1, 2021, there will be many new laws going into effect. The pages below contain all of the new laws going into effect. You can view them and download them below. Laws Effective July 1, 2021Download
Below is Governor Hogan's full press release of the bills he had signed coupled with a video and full list of all the bills he signed into law. In total there were 66 bills.You can view the full video here and the full list of bills here.
Below is the Governor's statement on the federal funds that have been allocated to the State of Maryland from the American Rescue Plan Act. You can read the full details below and watch the brief press conference as well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AxGLXs-zAgE The major components of the bipartisan agreement to provide targeted relief are: $1.1 billion in … Continue reading American Rescue Plan Funding
On March 24, the House debated an amendment to HB 1098. The amendment would not allow state employees, who own electric cars (specifically the staff of delegates) to be able to charge their vehicles for free at the various charging spots at the state parking lots. Delegate McKay spoke on the floor in support of … Continue reading Delegate McKay on the Floor
Check it out, this is our priority bills that have passed the House and are now awaiting final approval in the Senate.
Throughout this Session I have fought hard for both Allegany and Washington Counties. Below are two separate slideshows (the top is Allegany County and the bottom is Washington County) showing the money allocated to different projects within each county. Pending passage in the Senate, these will be great wins for our District in this session!
As your self-proclaimed "Dental Delegate" I am happy to inform you that the House of Delegates just passed HB 368 nearly unanimously. This bill is intended to study access to dental services for all State residents. Specifically it will focus on socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, age and disabilities, identify areas lacking in services, identify barriers … Continue reading HB 368: Task Force on Oral Health in Maryland