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  • Coronavirus Telephone Town Hall

    Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger will host his second telephone town hall on the coronavirus pandemic on Tuesday, March 31, at 5 p.m. The focus of this town hall will be on the emergency aid packages just passed by Congress, including unemployment benefits, help for small business owners and individual rebate checks that will be sent to many Americans. Click here to sign-up to participate or to live stream the event:
  • Latest Coronavirus Updates

    Click here to see the latest information regarding the coronavirus pandemic and how to best protect yourself and your loved ones. Information includes latest closures, paid leave for workers, help for small business owners and how to best protect yourself from the virus itself.
  • Maryland Delegation Secures Nearly $30 Million to Counter Homelessness in Central Maryland

    Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger, along with his fellow Maryland delegation members, announced almost $30 million in HUD grants for 83 projects combating homelessness across Baltimore City and Baltimore, Harford, Howard, Carroll, and Anne Arundel Counties.
  • Ruppersberger Issues Statement on Federal Charges Brought Against Huawei

    Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger, a former Intelligence Committee leader, has been sounding the alarm against Huawei and other Chinese telecommunications companies with access to devices indispensable to everyday American life for nearly eight years. The 16 charges “validate” his concerns, he said in his statement.
  • Ruppersberger Introduces Bipartisan Bill to End the Cycle of Violence

    Congressman Ruppersberger introduced the bipartisan End the Cycle of Violence Act with Congressman Adam Kinzinger of Illinois. The legislation, modeled off the Violence Intervention Program at the University of Maryland’s Shock Trauma, provides $10 million in federal grants to hospitals across the country offering services to violent crime victims while they’re recovering.