June 26, 2022

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Hoyer Continues ‘Make It In America’ Efforts

Democrats build legislation aimed to create manufacturing jobs and opportunities for all workers as the route to near-term and long-term economic growth.

Infrastructure Investment Headed to Ches Bay

Congressman Hoyer praises the bill which helps move forward dredging the Baltimore Harbor and Channel, restoring the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries, and supporting oyster recovery efforts.

Hoyer Urges MIT Study Before Windmills Built

Congressman Steny H. Hoyer (MD-5) released the following statement after Governor Martin O’Malley vetoed H.B. 1168 calling for an MIT study of windmills on the Maryland Eastern Shore.

Congressional Student STEM Challenge Open

Final Deadline to Register and Submit Apps is May 31; Students Who Have Not Yet Registered Are Encouraged to Join

Hoyer: The Affordable Care Act is Working

The Affordable Care Act, with 8 million enrolled in private health insurance plans via government marketplaces, is already a win for Americans’ health and economy.

Hoyer: May Maryland History Guide Us Forward

Maryland was founded 380 years ago on the principles of tolerance and peace, “May that moment guide us forward,” the congressman told the celebrants at Maryland Day.

Hoyer Calls 2013 ‘Year of Do-Nothing Congress’

As the second session begins, Rep. Hoyer compares the scant 56 bills signed into law by the 2013 Congress to 193 the year before, with 8 days left in the first session..

Hoyer: Affordable Care Act Already Saving Us Money

This year alone, 150,000 Marylanders covered by private insurance plans benefitted by a provision in the Affordable Care Act with an average of a $143 rebate.

Hoyer: Fed Employees Have Already Sacrificed

Hoyer vehemently oppose efforts to target federal workforce “who play a critical role in maintaining the safety, security, and well-being of our nation.”

Hoyer: We Are Committed to Protect Waterfront from Storms

Investing in programs to restore natural barriers along the Atlantic coast that protect beaches and harbors remains an important and ongoing effort, says Rep. Hoyer.