Cheryl Kagan | Maryland State Senator - District 17
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Remembering… & Enacting Change

May 25, 2021 Dear Friend:   Since the General Assembly adjourned, my staff and I have kept really busy. The District 17 Delegates and I have reported on the legislative session in various virtual meetings. If you missed our Virtual[...]

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Preparing for an A”May”zing Interim!

May 4, 2021 Dear Friend:   With our 90-day Legislative Session behind us, my staff and I are busy with several important projects. The Next Generation 9-1-1 Commission I chair convenes tomorrow to kick off its fourth and final year of work to[...]

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Winding Down and Vaxx-ing Up!

April 25, 2021 Dear Friend:   Almost a third of Montgomery County residents have been fully vaccinated and nearly half have received at least one dose. Every shot that goes into an arm gets us one step closer to life[...]

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The Day After…

April 13, 2021 Dear Friend:   The Maryland General Assembly’s 442nd Legislative Session adjourned last night at midnight. After 90 days; a whopping 2,344 bills introduced; a $54 billion balanced budget passed; and a remarkable 0 COVID-related delays, we made[...]

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April 9, 2021 Dear Friend:   We’re almost done! Our Senate leadership implemented a comprehensive regimen of COVID-19 protocols that has kept us safe and healthy. (It’s a bit miraculous that we did not have to adjourn early.) Preparing for[...]

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“Egg-citing” Updates from Annapolis!

April 2, 2021 Dear Friend:   In the midst of yet another tragedy, we could each benefit from an extra moment of reflection. Whether or not you observe Passover, Easter, or Ramadan, I hope you’ll join me in praying for our[...]

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March-ing into the Final Days of Session…

March 26, 2021 Dear Friend:   Chag Sameach (or Happy Holidays) to those observing Passover– a celebration of liberation from slavery. In a time where racial injustice is still prominent in our society, I am grateful that the General Assembly is addressing some[...]

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A Real Shot in the Arm?

March 20, 2021 Dear Friend: It’s hard to believe that this week marked one year since the General Assembly adjourned early for the first time since the Civil War. Who would have guessed that we would still be in the midst of[...]

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