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Welcome!

Welcome to the website of Marc Korman for Delegate.

I believe the most important issue facing District 16, Montgomery County, the state of Maryland, and the United States is the same: sustianable economic growth and prosperity. 

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 our infrastructure, and assisting those less fortunate.  

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.

I am excited to be engaged 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 us!

Thank you,

Marc

 

What's New?

Adjourned

April 12, 2016Blog Post

On Monday night, the 2016 legislative session came to a close.  In the final hours, quite a bit was accomplished as described below.  The major issues left on the table, however, included a tax cut package; earned sick leave; and some gun control measures related to those convicted of certain crimes turning in their firearms and gun-free higher education zones.  I expect these issues to return in future meetings of the General Assembly.  This email newsletter will be a bit longer than usual.

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The Final Stretch

April 5, 2016Blog Post

I try to serve and respond to all of my constituents, but there are two in particular who are especially important to me and I was excited that they were able to spend the day in Annapolis last week.  My son even helped me with my voting button on the House floor (two Kormans for the price of one!).

Legislative News

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The Capital Budget

March 29, 2016Blog Post

If you have ever wondered what the House of Delegates is voting on, you can see our daily floor agenda here.  The floor agenda is organized by "reports" from committees and other "calendars."  Each bill is "read" on the House floor three times: First, when it is introduced and assigned to committee.  Second, when it is reported out of committee (this is called second reader) and available for discussion or amendment.

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Bills and Budget

March 21, 2016Blog Post

The past week in Annapolis has been incredibly busy.  On Monday, we reached the "cross-over" deadline I mentioned last week (the deadline by which bills need to pass one chamber to be heard in the other).  We are also on the verge of passing a bipartisan budget, an issue of particular importance to me as a member of the Appropriations Committee.  Because the Senate has already unanimously passed the operating budget, the legislation will soon go to a "conference committee" of the two chambers.

Legislative News

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The "Cross-Over" Deadline Approaches

March 14, 2016Blog Post

Dear Friend:

Shortly before I finalized this email, Metro made the announcement that it was suspending rail serve for 29 hours for a safety check.  Here was my immediate response:

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