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Here’s an update on what’s happening in Annapolis at the end of the second full week of session.

Weekly Video Update - Crime and Cost of Living 

For my weekly video update on what is happening in Annapolis, click here.

Ready in the Press: 

Thursday, I was a guest on WBAL, discussing the ongoing issue of crime in Baltimore City and a debate about the causes from the Senate floor.  In light of the recent murders of ordinary citizens, the time to act is now.  You can listen to my interview with C4 and Bryan Nehman by clicking here, click on podcast for 01/27/2022 and go to minute 41:15. 

ICYMI: CARROLL COUNTY DELEGATION SECURES FUNDING FOR KEY LOCAL PRIORITIES IN STATE CAPITAL BUDGET

Last week, the Governor announced the FY2023 Proposed Capital Budget. The Carroll County Delegation worked in a bi-partisan fashion in the General Assembly and with the Governor to secure key funding for a series of important community projects throughout Carroll County to help veterans, law enforcement, improve parks, water infrastructure, and desperately needed renovations and improvements to educational buildings throughout the county.  For a full list of projects, you can read the full press release.

District 5 Night in Annapolis

Please join us for our Annual District 5 Night in Annapolis. February 28, 2022 at the Governor Calvert House, 58 State Circle, Annapolis, Maryland from 5:30-7:30 for food and conversation followed by Session at 8 pm. Call my office 410-841-3683 or email [email protected] to register or for more details.

Watching the 2022 General Assembly in Action:

In the 2022 General Assembly Session every Senate/House floor session, committee hearing, and committee voting session are being live-streamed. Here is a link to a short video, created by Sam Jones from my staff, that shows where to go to watch both live floor Sessions and committee action. You can click here to view the video.

Senatorial Scholarships Available:

If you are or know a high school senior or college student, please consider applying for a Senatorial Scholarship.  For more information or to request an application, email Emily Van Horn at [email protected] and include your full address.  Scholarships will be accepted up to April 15, 2021.