Press Releases & Statements

January 2019
Cardin, Van Hollen Introduce Legislation to Protect Federal Workers from Losing Their Homes, Falling Behind on Paying Bills During Shutdown
Cardin Bill to Protect Federal and Other Government Workers Hurt During Shutdowns Passes Senate
Cardin, Van Hollen Ask IRS for Details on How They Will Fulfill Plan to Issue Taxpayer Refunds with 88 Percent of Staff Currently Furloughed
Cardin-Boozman Bill Advancing Women’s Economic Empowerment Signed into Law
Team Maryland Announces $10.6 Million in Federal Funding to Assess Needs of Maryland’s Children
Cardin Responds to President Trump’s Address to the Nation
Cardin, Van Hollen, Warner, Kaine to Colleagues: Voting on House Bills to End Shutdown Should be First Order of Business
Cardin Seeks to Expand Medicare to Include Dental Benefits
Cardin, Smith, Colleagues Plan to Introduce Legislation to Ensure Low-Wage Federal Contract Employees Receive Back Pay
Cardin, Collins Bill to Protect Federal and Other Government Workers Hurt During Shutdowns Introduced for 116th Congress
Cardin Starts Off New Congress with Legislation to Expand Competition and Reduce the Cost of Health Care Nationwide
December 2018
Cardin Provisions to Lower Sewer Bills, Expand Green Infrastructure Heads to President for Signature
Cardin, Van Hollen Lead Passage of Measure to Ensure that Federal Workers Will Be Paid Following Trump Shutdown
Elie Wiesel Genocide and Atrocities Prevention Act Heads to President for Signature after Final House, Senate Passage
Congress Sends Cardin, Boozman Bill to Strengthen Women's Economic Empowerment to President's Desk
Cardin Votes to Avoid a Partial Shutdown, Vows to Continue Fight for Federal Workers
Cardin Praises New Agreement Providing New, Legal Pathways for Cuban Baseball Players
Cardin, Portman Introduce Sweeping Reforms to Strengthen Americans’ Retirement Security
Cardin Praises Bipartisan Passage of the First Step Act by 87-12 Vote, Says It Must Be the Start of Criminal Justice Reform Efforts, Not the End
Cardin, Van Hollen Announce $4.1 Million for Lead Hazard Reduction in Baltimore
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