Read a joint statement from the District 7 delegates regarding the Trans Health Equity Act that was signed into law by Governor Moore.
Constituents regularly ask me about relief options on their taxes and prescriptions.
2023 Legislative Session Review
Representing you and your family in Annapolis is an honor and privilege. Following is a summary of the work accomplished during the 2023 legislative session. We stand adjourned until Wednesday, January 10, 2024.
Ryan Nawrocki and I thank Baltimore City for taking swift action and stopping the toxic waste from the railroad disaster in East Palestine, Ohio from being discharged into our state.
The health of the citizens of the Baltimore region, and the Chesapeake Bay, are the priority for all elected officials.
We will still be working with Senator Mary Washington and other colleagues to pass legislation for a long-term plan to avoid this issue in the future.
We stand firmly against letting this TOXIC water get into the Chesapeake Bay! If you agree, sign our petition: Sign the Petition – Oppose Toxic Waste! (anedot.com)
When preborn life is so easily discarded, we are not working in the best interest of ALL Marylanders. All human life is equal and worthy of protection, and we aim to be a voice for the voiceless. We will not give up standing for the right to life – including teenage girls, women, and their preborn children!
Watch our colleagues push back today on the House floor in honor of International Women’s Day.
In a recent survey by Delegates Nawrocki and Szeliga, crime was by and far the top concern for citizens. And juvenile crime tops that category. “We must go back to holding juveniles accountable for their dangerous and illegal behaviors,” said Delegate Szeliga
Biological females are being required to compete against biological males identifying as females in high school and college interscholastic and intramural junior varsity athletic teams or sports sponsored by public schools. This is not a level playing field.