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Welcome to the website of Delegate Marc Korman.
I was first elected in 2014 and have dedicated my time in the state legislature to ensuring economic growth and prosperity for all Marylanders. If the economy is strong, we will be able to invest and achieve many important goals which will improve our quality of life. This includes cleaning and protecting our environment, rebuilding and maintaining our infrastructure, assisting those less fortunate, and ensuring that all Marylanders have access to opportunities regardless of race, gender or sexual orientation.
In Montgomery County, our economic success is built on our tremendously successful school system and our transportation network. If we continue to support and improve these assets, our potential is limitless. During my time in the legislature, I have written and supported bills ensuring adequate education funding, improving conditions for Maryland workers and enhancing the quality of public transportation.
I am excited to continue engaging in a campaign of ideas and hope you will use this website to learn my views on the important issues facing our community.
If you have additional thoughts or would like to get involved in our campaign, please contact me!
On Monday night, the 2019 legislative session came to a close. The session had a difficult end, as we learned on Sunday that Speaker Michael Busch had passed away. Speaker Busch presided over the House of Delegates since 2003 and all of us who served under his leadership, he was a mentor, friend, and coach. He will be sorely missed.
There is less than a week to go in the 2019 legislative session. During these final days, we have fewer committee hearings and meetings but stay on the House floor for much longer periods of time as we debate legislation. Many bills also require "conference committees," where House and Senate members must come together to resolve differences.
If you would like to know the results of all this work, please join the District 16 Team on Tuesday, April 30th at 7pm at Bethesda Elementary School for our post-session town hall.
There is about a week and a half remaining in the annual legislative session. During this week, the General Assembly has passed the Operating Budget, will pass the Capital Budget and the Governor will need to decide whether to veto several pieces of legislation that have already been presented to him. These bills include:
Monday was "crossover" day in Annapolis, the date by which bills are supposed to pass from one chamber to the other in order to be guaranteed a hearing in the other body. More details about what legislation I have sponsored and other significant bills that made the deadline are below.
But first, the House of Delegates is in session the Saturday before crossover and I had some important guests on the House floor. A constituent captured this nice shot of us from the gallery.
As a member of the House Appropriations Committee, I have spent a significant amount of my time on the state budget. This week, the budget hits the House floor and the highlights are below.
As always, you can keep up with what I am doing by following me at @mkorman on Twitter or by clicking "Like" on Delegate Marc Korman on Facebook.