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    Proud to be the State Senator for Gaithersburg & Rockville

    Sen. Cheryl C. Kagan (D–17) has served in the Maryland Senate since 2015, where her energy, dedication, and experience in all sectors– public, private, and nonprofit– have made her an effective advocate for the residents of Gaithersburg and Rockville. In 2019, she was appointed Vice-Chair of the Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs Committee.

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    Sen. Cheryl C. Kagan

    Vice Chair, Senate Education, Health, & Environmental Affairs Committee

    Sen. Kagan was appointed Vice Chair of EHEA in 2019 by new Senate President Bill Ferguson, as part of his leadership team. The Committee has broad jurisdiction that also includes election law, health occupations, alcohol, ethics, and much more. The Committee handles a plethora of issues outside of its title, including election law, business licensing, alcohol regulations, ethics, and much more. Sen. Kagan continues to sponsor key legislation each year to reform our elections; create more government transparency; address the climate crisis; and protect public health.

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    9-1-1 Commission Chair

    Inspired by the death of Rockville activist and District 17 resident Carl Henn when 9-1-1 failed, Sen. Kagan has chaired the Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG911) Commission since 2018. As a result of the Commission's efforts, Maryland is a national leader as we transition to NG911.

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    Senator for the Nonprofit Sector

    With a long career in this vital sector, Kagan is lauded as a key ally for her leadership on behalf of nonprofits. These essential organizations enhance our communities while employing roughly 10% of the State’s workforce.

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