Ocean City, Maryland
Cardin Announces He will not Run
for Re-election in 2024
United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland
Letters From Ben
Dear Fellow Marylanders, This week was World AIDS Day. For 35 years, people around the country and around the world have come together to re-dedicate themselves to the global struggle to end AIDS. We honor those we have lost while supporting those living with and at risk of the HIV virus. We stand united in efforts to reach a day when HIV is no longer stigmatized or a public health threat. Since the first U.S. cases of AIDS were reported in June 1981, more than 700,000 individuals in the U.S. have died from HIV-related illnesses. In 2021, in the U.S. over 36,000 people were diagnosed with HIV (751 in Maryland), with more than 1.1 million in our country (31,000 in Maryland) currently living...