Members Making News – January 27-February 2

A collection of media coverage of our Caucus members this week.

 

  • On Wednesday, Governor Larry Hogan gave his annual “State of the State” address to report on the positive growth Maryland has undergone since he came into office four years ago.
    • For reaction to the Governor’s Address from Delegates Neil Parrott and Mike McKay as well as Delegates William Wivell and Paul Corderman, please click here to be redirected.
    • For additional reactions to the Governor’s “State of the State” address from Delegates Johnny Mautz and Mary Beth Carozza, please click here to be redirected to this article.
    • For additional comments from Delegate Paul Corderman about the “State of the State” address as well as his response to Democrats saying that the address was a campaign speech, click here to be redirected.
    • In a piece for The Washington Post, Delegate Kathy Szeliga applauded the Governor’s efforts in making Maryland better. To be redirected to that article for more responses to the Governor’s “State of the State” address, please click here.
    • To read additional responses from Delegates Susan Krebs, Haven Shoemaker, and April Rose; please click here to be redirected to this article.

 

 

 

  • After the death of a woman in Carroll County caused a stir when her husband did not call 911 while the pair were walking back from a party in a blizzard on January 24th, 2016 there has been talk of creating law to address the issue of “duty rescue,” which Maryland currently has no laws for. Commenting on the issue, Delegate Haven Shoemaker said it was an “intriguing concept,” while adding that he would not be surprised if a bill eventually came about involving duty rescue given the current opioid epidemic currently effecting Marylanders across the state. To read more about the concept of duty rescue, click here to be redirected.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • For additional comments by Delegates April Rose, Haven Shoemaker, and Susan Krebs in regards to an amendment on this bill, click here to be redirected to this article.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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