The latest news from the District, Annapolis and the Campaign!
The 2022 Maryland Legislative session has commenced and Delegate Mike McKay is going to Annapolis to stand up and fight for our conservative principles. Which of the following issues are the most important to you?
The Clear Spring Facility and the Camp Harding Facility in Washington County have been approved by the Department of Natural Resources and now awaits the Board of Public Works approval. The grants are for $236,000 and $296,000, respectively, in order to improve and modernize the two facilities. It would bring them both too consistency with … Continue reading Funding for Washington County Improvements
Registration is open for Volunteer Maryland, Rural Maryland Council, and Maryland Heritage Area Information Sessions. They will offer virtual information sessions for attendees to learn more about the organizations and the resources available to rural-serving organizations. You can learn more about the programs and resources available, including RMC’s Maryland Agricultural Education and Rural Development Assistance … Continue reading Registration is Open!
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
The Department of Natural Resources has awarded grants to Washington County for the following projects: Not only will these improvements make our recreational facilities more enjoyable to the public but these will also modernize both facilities for the future.
On Wednesday, January 5, 2022, the Board of Public Works will be considering several items that impact your Districts 1A, 1B, and 1C. Specifically: District 1A A request from the Department of Natural Resources to commit a total of $123,580.80 from Program Open Space funding allocated to Garrett County for the following projects: Yough Glades Elementary School: … Continue reading Funding in District 1
On Wednesday, December 15, 2021, the Maryland Board of Public Works will be considering a $75,000 grant to the Robotics and Engineering in Allegany County-Together, Inc. for the Youth Robotics and Engineering Center. This will go towards a number of things that will improve this site.
Governor Hogan issued a statement yesterday, beginning January 1, 2022, the starting pay of Maryland State Troopers will increase by 45%. This is part of his new $150 million investment into his Re-Fund The Police Initiative. In his press conference, the Governor called out the liberal and extreme “defund the police” movement calling it “far-left … Continue reading Governor Hogan’s Re-Funding the Police Initiative
As you are all aware, the National School Board Association recently wrote a letter to the Biden Administration that asked for assistance, in all essence, in protecting them against parents who would very much disagree and express it at public meetings. They have even gone so far as to label them as possible “domestic terrorists”. … Continue reading Supporting Parental Rights
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