June 26, 2020
By: Kevin Kinnally
Listen to the Podcast here.
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Senator Cheryl Kagan joins Kevin Kinnally and Michael Sanderson to discuss the 2020 legislative session and what may on tap for 2021. Topics include elections, Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG911), telehealth, law enforcement, styrofoam, unemployment insurance, the debate over Maryland’s state song, and more!
“Senator Cheryl C. Kagan (D-District 17) represents Rockville and Gaithersburg and serves as the Vice Chair of the Education, Health and Environmental Affairs Committee. Sen. Kagan has earned a reputation as an independent-minded legislator with a strong voice for her constituents on public safety, consumer protection, transportation, government transparency, and more. While in the Senate, Kagan has passed landmark laws to help nonprofits; enhance our 9-1-1 emergency response systems; become the first State in the nation to ban “Styrofoam” food and beverage containers; and advocate for local governments.”
MACo has made the podcast available through all major platforms by searching Conduit Street Podcast. You can also listen on our Conduit Street blog with a recap and link to the podcast.
State Board of Elections
EHE/W&M Hearing – June 16, 2020
Senator Kagan’s letter to Dr. Karen Salmon on School-Based Health Centers
Maryland Matters article describing the telehealth discrepancy in schools
Coverage from The Washington Post
Coverage from The Baltimore Sun
Senator Kagan’s Social Media/Website