Congressman Ruppersberger’s E-Newsletter for May 2006
Congressman C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger joins the President and other Members of the Maryland Delegation at the White House to honor University of Maryland Athletes
Members of the University of Maryland Women’s Basketball Team, Women’s Field Hockey Team, and Men’s Soccer Team were honored for their 2006 NCAA Championships. Read More...
Congressman Ruppersberger honors the 300th Anniversary of the Port of Baltimore at a special ceremony at Lexington Market in downtown Baltimore
Protecting the Port of Baltimore and keeping commerce moving are Congressman Ruppersberger’s top priorities. Read More...
Congressman Ruppersberger Nominates Eleven Maryland Students to the United States Service Academies
“Our military must be armed with the brightest and most skillful people our nation has to offer. I am honored to nominate these eleven students to the Service Academies. These young people are the future of this country,” said Congressman Ruppersberger. Read More...
Congressman Ruppersberger held a Congressional Forum on Medicare’s New Prescription Drug Benefit Program at the Gardenville Recreation Center
The deadline for Seniors to enroll in the new program is May 15, 2006, and is quickly approaching. Many Maryland Seniors still have lots of questions. Read More...
|Upcoming Town Halls|
|Veterans Town Hall
11 a.m., Monday, May 8, 2006
American Legion Post 183
2301 Putty Hill Avenue
Parkville, MD 21234
|Internet Safety Town Hall
7 pm – 9 pm., Monday, May 8, 2006
Marley Middle School
7730 B & A Boulevard
Glen Burnie, MD 21060
Asthma affects nearly 1 million people in the Baltimore-Greater Washington, D.C. area alone. It is important that asthma education, screening, and treatment be widely available to help asthma sufferers and their families combat this condition. There are several Asthma Awareness events happening in your area this month. Read More…