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Chris Van Hollen

Chris Van Hollen

“Veterans, as a result of their serving our nation, have been exposed to different stressors than our civilian population,” according to Dr. David Marcozzi, Chief Clinical Officer for the University of Maryland Medical Center.

The director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation on Thursday rebuked the site selection process for its new headquarters, while members of Congress from…

Former state delegate and the Republican party’s 2022 nominee for governor, Dan Cox, announced Monday that he’s running in the open-seat 6th Congressional District…

U.S. Senate news galore, with info. about Maryland’s two incumbents and the people who want to replace them — including a new contender. And a two-fer for an Annapolis lobbying shop.

The board’s current authority only covers prescription drugs under state and local government health care plans.

Van Hollen focused on efforts to reduce costs of prescription drugs and to promote more renewable energy.

Adam Pagnucco, the estimable political analyst, numbers cruncher and sometime hired gun, took a break last week from warning about the looming apocalypse, now…

In an unusually early move, Van Hollen chooses Alsobrooks over a current colleague in the state’s congressional delegation, among others.

Maryland congressmen argue that Republicans have turned the earmarks process into ‘partisan politics.’

According to a 2022 report from the state’s Interagency Commission on School Construction, the average age of a school in Maryland is 31 years.