Feds Award Maryland $9.3M For Electric Vehicle Charging StationsMaryland was awarded nearly $9.3 million in federal funding to build electric vehicle charging stations across the state, according to the Democrats in the state's congressional delegation.
Rep. Ruppersberger Tests Positive For COVID-19Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger said he caught COVID-19 despite being vaccinated and receiving a booster shot.
One Year Later, Maryland Congressmen Mfume and Ruppersberger Reflect on Jan. 6 InsurrectionRep. Mfume said what he was experiencing then reminded him of Ku Klux Klan rallies he saw as a child.
Vacancies & Broken Equipment Cited In Audit Of Baltimore USPS HubA new audit has found that a U.S. Postal Service hub in Baltimore is processing millions of fewer pieces of mail compared to last year, even though work hours and overtime have gone up significantly.
Ruppersberger Seeks Applicants For Newly Formed Veterans Advisory CouncilIn honor of Veterans Day, Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger is forming a new Veterans Advisory Council for Maryland’s Second District, and he’s looking for people who want to join.
'We've Got To Keep Up': President Biden Touts Infrastructure Bill During Visit To Port Of BaltimorePresident Joe Biden visited the Port of Baltimore Wednesday touting the trillion dollar infrastructure bill.
'Something's Gotta Be Done': New USPS Audit Details Mail Issues, Renews Calls For New LeadershipMail delays across Baltimore detailed in a new audit renews the calls for new leadership at the postal service.
USPS Audit Of Baltimore-Area Post Offices Details Mail Delayed By Months, Inaccurate ReportingCongressmen Dutch Ruppersberger and Kwesi Mfume requested the audits in May after an increasing amount of constituent complaints.
Ruppersberger Drops Facebook Over Company's Handling Of Misinformation & Hate SpeechU.S. Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger is ditching Facebook in response to whistleblower complaints about the company's handling of misinformation, toxic and hateful content.
Owings Mills Teen Wins 2021 Congressional Art Contest For Maryland's Second DistrictTalk about the opportunity of a lifetime: an Owings Mills teen will have her artwork seen by thousands of people who visit the U.S. Capitol for a year.
Maryland's Congressional Democrats Call On State To Use $2.5B Surplus To 'Support Those Who Need It Most'In a joint statement, Maryland's Congressional Democrats called on the state to use its $2.5 billion budget surplus to "support those who need it most," with many families facing eviction and struggling to pay childcare.