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As the legislative session continues, more of our work is on the House floor where we can amend and take final votes on bills. You can see the daily floor schedule here. When a House bill is on "second reader," it is subject to amendment. When a House bill is on "third reader," it is subject to debate and a vote on final passage. As you will see, the calendars are primarily organized by committee.
Thanks to WTOP for providing coverage of the Four Second Act legislation I introduced to ensure that red light cameras operate in a fair and transparent matter. You can read the story here.
The University of Maryland College Park's newspaper, The Diamondback, ran an editorial in support of my legislation, the Graduate Assistant Collective Bargaining Fairness Act.
I am pleased to have earned the endorsement of Progressive Maryland, a a statewide nonprofit advocacy organizing promoting social, economic, and racial justice.
The District 16 Team (Senator Susan Lee, Delegate Ariana Kelly, and I) have held two of our series of meet and greets so far. The remaining schedule is below. Please join us at one of these meet and greets to discuss the issues that matter to you as we look towards the 2018 election. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
FEBRUARY 24—Old Stage Road (North Bethesda, Farmland, Luxmanor) hosted by Susan Weinmann
FEBRUARY 25—Ridge Road (Bethesda) hosted by Jennifer Martin
MARCH 4—Parkston Road (Westbard) hosted by Mike Beland
APRIL 23—Glenbrook Road (Edgemoor, Battery Park) hosted by Nancy Greenspan
APRIL 24—New London Drive (Potomac) hosted by Tazeen Ahmad
APRIL 25—Somerset House (Friendship Heights) hosted by Margie Sonnenfeldt
Interested in helping my campaign talk to voters? We will be holding group canvasses on Saturday, March 3 and Saturday, March 17 at noon. If you would like to help, please email email@example.com.
If you know of a District 16 resident who merits recognition or condolences or an upcoming event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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