Press Releases & Statements

June 2011
CARDIN CALLS FOR GAO STUDY OF HYDRAULIC FRACKING
CARDIN, MIKULSKI APPLAUD GRANT TO BRING NEW BUSINESSES, JOBS TO WESTERN MARYLAND
CARDIN VISITS SKIMMER ISLAND TO VIEW EFFORTS TO HALT EROSION & CREATE HABITAT ENDANGERED SPECIES
CARDIN ADDRESSES THE BALTIMORE COUNCIL ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS ABOUT THE MOVE TOWARD DEMOCRACY IN THE ARAB WORLD
CARDIN COMMENDS STATE OF MARYLAND FOR EFFORT TO ERASE DISPARITIES IN HEALTH CARE AMONG MINORITY GROUPS
CARDIN, MIKULSKI URGE NOAA TO COMPLETE APPROVAL OF OYSTER AQUACULTURE PERMITS IN THE CHESAPEAKE BAY WITHOUT FURTHER DELAY
CARDIN JOINS FEDERAL OFFICIALS TO ANNOUNCE NEW PARTNERSHIP TO REVITALIZE URBAN WATERWAYS
CARDIN ADDRESSES HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AT MARYLAND HISPANIC YOUTH INSTITUTE
CARDIN, MIKULSKI ANNOUNCE GRANT TO CONSTRUCT HIKING/BIKING TRAIL, HELP TOURISM IN GARRETT COUNTY
CARDIN URGES CONTINUED ENGAGEMENT FOR A LASTING RECONSTRUCTION OF HAITI
CARDIN CALLS FOR GREATER ACCOUNTABILITY FOR FOREIGN AID TO PAKISTAN AND OTHER REGIONAL ALLIES
CARDIN, LIEBERMAN, MCCAIN STATEMENT ON RUSSIA
CARDIN, MIKULSKI APPLAUD GRANT FOR INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS, JOB CREATION IN FROSTBURG
CARDIN PRAISES THE PRESIDENT FOR KEEPING HIS PROMISE TO WITHDRAW U.S. TROOPS FROM AFGHANISTAN BUT CALLS FOR FASTER TIMELINE
CARDIN, MIKULSKI ANNOUNCE $7.66 MILLION FEDERAL GRANT TO DEVELOP BRAC WORKFORCE
CARDIN CALLS FOR IMPROVED TRANSIT SAFETY ON TWO YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF WASHINGTON, D.C. METRO TRAGEDY
MARYLAND DELEGATION MEMBERS ANNOUNCES $44 MILLION FOR FDA CONSOLIDATION PROJECT
CARDIN SPONSORS WAR POWERS RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF LIMITED U.S. ACTION IN LIBYA TO PROTECT CIVILIANS
CARDIN, MIKULSKI ANNOUNCE HARFORD COUNTY ELIGIBLE FOR DRUG CONTROL FUNDING
CARDIN TELLS RIDERWOOD VILLAGE RESIDENTS HE WILL FIGHT DAMAGING BUDGET CUTS THAT WOULD HARM SENIORS
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