House Democratic Whip Steny H. Hoyer (D-MD) is making improvements to his Make It In America initiatives, announcing new bills introduced in July.
Congressman Steny H. Hoyer hosted a Working Families field forum with Rep. Bobby Scott as a special guest. Local elected leaders, policy experts, and workers joined the congressmen in a discussion on House Democrats’ Working Families Agenda, which includes policy solutions to raise the federal minimum wage, ensure pay equity, and provide paid leave for all workers.
Part of the Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative difference is SMECO’s concern for the community it serves.
Maryland offers programs to help people pay their electric bills. SMECO will hold an Energy Assistance Fair on July 13, 2016.
Several new degree programs are coming to the Southern Maryland Higher Education Center and more are on the horizon. Learn about them at the June 29 open house.
The cooperative difference means looking out for the members it serves. Whether it’s energy efficiency, member-to-member assistance, or veteran programs, SMECO helps customers save on electric bills or even get back on their feet.
SMECO’s state-of-the-art contact center offers assistance 24 hours a day, seven days a week, adding member choices to superior customer service.
For Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative, the difference is clear — members are the core of a cooperative.
A reduction in fees for the USDA Single Family Housing Guaranteed Loan Program is a big break for eligible home buyers.
Hoyer’s Info Tech Modernization Act to strengthen US cybersecurity defenses and protect the private information of taxpayers and program beneficiaries.