Over the weekend, Delegate Mike McKay launched his campaign for the District 1 seat in the Maryland Senate. He made the official announcement on Sunday evening at the Allegany Fair in Cumberland. “After thoughtful consideration and conversations with my family, I have decided to seek election as the next Senator from District 1,” said McKay. … Continue reading McKay for Senate Announcement
Each year, the Department of Legislative Services puts out a 90-Day Report at the end of each Session in regards to the State. While last year it was cut to 71 days, this year we will once again have a full 90-Day report. You can view the 90-Day Report here.
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
Like you, I am itching to start to safely reopen our communities for business. As a small business owner and father with a family to support, I share your uncertainty, concern and frustration. This has been difficult for all of us as we do our part to flatten the curve and slow the spread.
Over the past weeks, I have attended a variety of pre-legislative events throughout District 1C and have enjoyed hearing directly from constituents, business leaders and local elected officials on the issues that matter most to them.
On Monday, it was my honor to attend several Veterans Day commemorations around District 1C. I was please to join events in Cumberland, Flintstone and Hancock that honored the service and sacrifice of our Western Maryland veterans.
I am extremely honored to be named a Co-Chair of the Economic Stability Commission by new House Speaker, Adrienne Jones. This commission evolved from a Study Group with the same name established by the late House Speaker Mike Busch last year.
The 2019 Legislative Session of the Maryland General Assembly ended on Monday, April 8th at midnight, Sine Die. Sine Die is usually a celebratory affair, but this year it was overshadowed by the great loss of Maryland House of Delegates Speaker, Mike Busch, who passed away the day before the 2019 Session ended.