New Educational Opportunities

Ryan and Avery Szeliga join Mom-mom at work

New Educational Opportunities Ryan and Avery Szeliga join Mom-mom at work As a former educator, mom, and grandmother, education remains a top priority. With our public schools closed for so many months, the impact on children from the pandemic has been terrible. It has been especially difficult for young learners and at-risk kids. There must be a…

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Taxes in Maryland Are Too HIGH

Taxes in maryland are too high

TAXES IN MARYLAND ARE TOO HIGH He I join Governor Hogan in calling for a reduction in taxes for retirees and I will be co-sponsoring this bill. This measure will make the first $50,000 of income for retirees tax-free and significantly reduce the taxes on income under $100,000. Too often, grandma and grandpa are moving…

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Rising Violent Crime

Rising Violent Crime in Maryland

Rise of Violent Crime in maryland The rising violent crime, especially the homicide rates, are extremely concerning for citizens and visitors to our state. Baltimore City remains one of the most dangerous cities in the nation. Baltimore County’s homicide rates have almost doubled in the last few years and other counties are seeing increases too. We…

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Republicans Want To Pass An Infrastructure Bill. Democrats Want To Pass An “Infrastructure” Bill.

There’s an important difference in the kind of infrastructure projects that Republicans support and the kind of “infrastructure” projects that Democrats support. Republicans recognize the importance of providing funding for things like roads, bridges, highways, waterways, ports, airports, and for rural broadband. Unfortunately, Democrats “infrastructure” plan focuses less on those common-sense projects, and more on…

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SB 852

SB-852 bill in Maryland State Senate

Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee Passes SB 852 – Violent Firearms Offender Act of 2021 Annapolis, Md. – Today, the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee passed an amended version of SB 852 – the Violent Firearms Offender Act of 2021 in advance of the evening’s crossover deadline by a vote of 6-5. SB852 is an omnibus bill…

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House Bill 804

Stop HB 804

HB 804 – Whistleblower Reward Program Many of you will remember the amendment to the RELIEF Act we talked about in last week’s newsletter that would give money to illegal immigrants- it’s back! Just as expected, the Senate passed a standalone version of the amendment as SB 218. Roughly 80,000 people in Maryland use something…

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Stop House Bill 127

Stop House Bill 127

STOP HB 127 – The Paint Tax HB 127 in a tax that will be put on every can of paint. It’s unsure how much this will cost you. Estimates are up to $1.99 per can. The paint tax will pay for a paint recycling program. By the way, MANY counties already have a paint recycling…

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Senate Bill 218

SB 218 - Cash for Illegal Aliens

STOP SB 218 – Cash for Illegal Immigrants Many of you will remember the amendment to the RELIEF Act we talked about in last week’s newsletter that would give money to illegal immigrants- it’s back! Just as expected, the Senate passed a standalone version of the amendment as SB 218. Roughly 80,000 people in Maryland…

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STOP HR 1

STOP HR1

STOP HR1 Originally introduced in 2019, H.R.1 is a bill in the U.S. House of Representatives that would greatly weaken the security and integrity of our election process. The misnamed “For the People Act” proposes a complete takeover of the administration of our elections by the federal government and includes provisions like outlawing state voter…

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Maryland State Senate takes up Tax Credits for Illegal Aliens – Tell Them to Vote No!

Maryland State Senate takes up Tax Credits for Illegal Aliens - Tell Them to Vote No!

The Maryland Senate has spent this week debating SB218, which will give tax credits to people residing in Maryland illegally and is projected to cost the state roughly 60 million dollars. The bill goes to

a final up or down vote this Friday, sign this petition to tell your Senator to vote no!

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