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LOCATIONS & CONTACTS


Washington, D.C.

400 North Capitol Street, NW, Suite 585
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: (202) 434-4776

Annapolis, Maryland

29 Francis Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-280-5088
Fax: 410-280-1618

Upper Marlboro, Maryland

14408 Old Mill Road, Suite 201
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
Phone: 301-952-8885
Fax: 301-952-0290

LaPlata, Maryland

403 East Charles Street
LaPlata, MD 20646
Phone: 301-392-0888
Fax: 301-392-5881

 

Email contacts:

Gregory Steve Proctor
Dianne Proctor
Guy Andes
Sherrie Sims
Ashley Heffernan
Joe Green
Faye Porter-Larche
Dave Bambrick
Jeff Estepp
Charlita Ferguson

 

 

 

 



 

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Here are the eight Trump Cabinet picks Democrats plan to target

WashingtonPost.com

Here are the eight Trump Cabinet picks Democrats plan to target

By Ed O'Keefe

Democratic senators plan to aggressively target eight of Donald Trump’s Cabinet nominees in the coming weeks and are pushing to stretch their confirmation votes into March — an unprecedented break with Senate tradition... Read more

Montgomery Democrats tussle to fill open General Assembly seats

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Montgomery Democrats tussle to fill open General Assembly seats

By Bill Turque

It’s a well-caffeinated group of six candidates seeking appointment to the vacant Maryland House of Delegates seat from District 20 (Silver Spring-Takoma Park).

Each is looking to claim a majority of the 28-member Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee, scheduled to vote Jan. 9 on a replacement for former delegate William C. Smith Jr. He was named by the panel last month to fill the state Senate seat held by Jamie B. Raskin, elected to Congress in November... Read more

Hogan wants to expand state-funded, private school scholarships. But is the time right?

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Hogan wants to expand state-funded, private school scholarships. But is the time right?

By Ovetta Wiggins

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s plan to double the amount of money the state spends to provide scholarships for students to attend private schools is not sitting well with top legislative leaders.

Hogan (R) announced this month that he wants the state to spend $10 million over the next three years on Broadening Options and Opportunities for Students Today, or BOOST, a voucher program that allows low-income students to attend private schools... Read more

Teachers union, allies to seek limit on school testing

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Teachers union, allies to seek limit on school testing

By Michael Dresser

The state's largest teachers union and its General Assembly allies are planning to renew their push to limit the amount of time public school systems in Maryland devote to standardized testing.

Betty Weller, president of the Maryland State Education Association, vowed that her 73,000-member union would mobilize behind a statewide cap on testing when the legislature opens its 90-day session in January... Read more