Today I spoke on the floor to explain why I was voting to sustain Governor Hogan's veto of HB 732 - Taxation - Tobacco Tax, Sales and Use Tax, and Digital Advertising Gross Revenues Tax. I explained how it would unfairly impact struggling citizens and redlined areas throughout our state. Legislation such as this has … Continue reading Speaking on the House Floor
This afternoon, Governor Hogan gave an update regarding the COVID-19 vaccine distribution. While vaccines have been increasing in distribution, there is a huge shortage for those that are eligible. He pointed out that the state is unable to purchase any more as only the federal government can do that and then distribute it to the … Continue reading Governor Hogan’s COVID-19 Vaccine Update
Below is a slideshow of data pertaining to the COVID-19 Vaccine distribution throughout the State. It is broken down in various ways including jurisdiction, race/ethnicity, etc.
Today, the Board of Public Works approved a request from the Department of Natural Resources to grant $40,000 of Program Open Space statewide funds for the acquisition of 3.5 acres (Tedrick property) in Washington County. This mostly forested property includes road frontage along the Old National Pike (U.S. Route 40) and will be managed by the Maryland Wildlife and … Continue reading Board of Public Works Approval
Maryland providers have now administered 752,036 COVID-19 vaccines, and 74.2% of all first doses received from the federal government have been given. The daily average for shots administered increased again today to a record-high 25,558. Official data is posted daily at coronavirus.maryland.gov. Consistent with federal guidelines, Maryland is in Phase 1C of the vaccine distribution plan, including residents 65 and over, as well … Continue reading Update on the GoVAX Campaign
Small businesses have been struggling throughout this entire time, however the Small Business Administration does have three categories your small business may be eligible for Coronavirus Relief. The three categories are: PPP Recipient, Shuttered Venue Operators Grant Recipient, and COVID-19 EIDL Recipient. The site explains what the qualifications are for each. Below we have attached … Continue reading Cross Program Eligibility on Coronavirus Relief
The Daily Record ran an article in regards to the Makerspace bill I am sponsoring (HB 443). It goes into detail how this will help create jobs and add money to our economy. This idea has helped add jobs in Baltimore and add to their economy. You can view the article at the link below! … Continue reading In the News: HB 443
Today the Herald Mail, ran an article on the opening of the Office of Post Pandemic Opportunities. We even made the front page! Click on the link to see what they said! https://www.heraldmailmedia.com/news/local/mckay-opens-office-to-help-prepare-for-a-post-covid-world/article_c6e0c3e2-a8e1-5c95-8f7b-19dd84cc61ba.html
Did you know that we are on YouTube? Yes that's right we have have our own channel where we publish the videos we make for your viewing pleasure. You can go to the link below and check out all the ones we've uploaded and hit the subscribe button to always stay up to date with … Continue reading We’re on YouTube!