Tag: Jim Rosapepe
Van Hollen touts legislation to help small busines...
By Bryan Renbaum | May 28, 2020 | COVID-19, News | 0 |
Md. legislators get high marks from consumer group...
By Meg Tully | September 16, 2014 | General Assembly, News | 2 |
State Roundup: Gov. Hogan orders return to in-person voting, with every precinct open
by Cynthia Prairie | July 9, 2020 | State Roundup | 0 |
Gov. Hogan orders return to in-person voting, with every precinct open.Read More
Van Hollen touts legislation to help small businesses affected by COVID-19
by Bryan Renbaum | May 28, 2020 | COVID-19, News | 0 |
@BryanRenbaum U.S. Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) Thursday touted legislation that would allow...Read More
Md. legislators get high marks from consumer group — but not GOP
by Meg Tully | September 16, 2014 | General Assembly, News | 2 |
A consumer advocacy group is giving state lawmakers high scores for passing laws in the 2014 General Assembly session that raise the minimum wage and reduce the impact of foreclosures.
The Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition, a nonprofit whose mission includes advancing fairness and justice for consumers, also released four-year scores that depicted state lawmakers as generally favorable to consumer issues. Only nine of 47 senators and 46 of 141 delegates got four-year scores lower than 80%.Read More
General Assembly environmental scores slip in 2013
by Len Lazarick | July 16, 2013 | News | 0 |
Ratings on environmental policy for Maryland legislators slipped last year, despite passage of a major offshore wind energy bill championed by Gov. Martin O’Malley.
The Maryland League of Conservation Voters released its 2013 scorecard Monday, giving lawmakers an average score of 64% in the House of Delegates and 55% in the Senate. Those scores are down slightly from last year’s 69% in the House and 63% in the Senate.Read More
Senate rejects monthly surcharge for some utility customers
by Len Lazarick | March 28, 2012 | News | 0 |
The Senate on Wednesday shot down a bill to compel the Public Service Commission to approve a $2 monthly surcharge for customers of Washington Gas Light that was rejected in November. The bill was reconsidered Wednesday after it was voted down 22-23 Tuesday, picking up another no vote in the second tally.Read More
Competing fundraisers for statewide Democratic candidates
by Len Lazarick | December 14, 2011 | Annapolitics Blog, News | 0 |
Three Democratic candidates for governor and comptroller are having competing fundraisers today — Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, Comptroller Peter Franchot and Sen. Jim Rosapepe — marking a hot season for raising money followed by the January freeze.Read More
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