I was proud to host the seventeenth annual Women's Equality Day Luncheon in Maryland's Fifth District.
Among the most persistent health care challenges facing our communities are the disparities among minority populations.
The USDA's announcement today that it will relocate the Economic Research Service and the National Institute of Food and Agriculture to Kansas City is the wrong decision.
I thank the House Judiciary Committee for taking action and passing the Emmett Till Antilynching Act out of their Committee today.
For thirty-two years, Bernie Fowler has inspired all of us to fight for a cleaner and healthier Chesapeake Bay and its watershed.
As we celebrate Immigrant Heritage Month, I am proud to bring the American Dream and Promise Act to the House Floor today to protect Dreamers and those with Temporary Protected Status and Deferred Enforcement Departure and ensure they can remain in the communities they call home.
We are thankful to NOAA, the Partners for Mallows Bay-Potomac River National Marine Sanctuary, the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation, and the dedicated volunteers who have been focused on protecting Mallows Bay and expanding public accessibility of a unique national historical landmark.
The most fundamental premise upon which American democracy stands is the right of every citizen to cast a vote and have that vote counted equally.
Teachers are the most important people in our country.
Rebuilding our aging infrastructure systems remains a top priority of Democrats in Congress, and I appreciated the opportunity to discuss some of the infrastructure challenges facing the Fifth District.