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Team USA, June 22nd, 2012

In a few weeks, hundreds of dedicated athletes from across our country will travel to London to represent our great nation. They’ll compete, win medals and stand proudly as our national anthem plays and our stars and stripes waves high. But they can’t do it alone. The U.S. Olympic team receives no government funding and  Read the Rest…

A nine-year-old’s take on recycling, April 2nd, 2012

This morning, I joined dozens of people on Lawyers Mall for the kick-off a recycling competition among State employees. It’s one of the many things that we’re doing to promote recycling and sustainability in our State. Before I spoke, we heard from a nine-year-old named Hanah—and Hanah stole the show. She eloquently reminded us that  Read the Rest…

Forward with Health Innovations, March 23rd, 2012

By Dr. Josh Sharfstein, Secretary of the DHMH Two years ago today, the President signed the Affordable Care Act into law. Since that time, we’ve made great strides in expanding and improving health care services for the people of our State. Together, we’ve extended health care coverage to over 310,000 previously uninsured Marylanders–half of whom  Read the Rest…

Governor O’Malley Launches “Cycle Maryland”, June 18th, 2011

Promotes a new interactive initiative encouraging Marylanders to enjoy the benefits of biking Kent Island, MD (June 18, 2011) – Governor O’Malley today, joined by Queen Anne’s County Commission President Steven J. Arentz, Bike Maryland Executive Director Carol Silldorff, members of Maryland’s cycling community, and others, officially kicked-off the “Cycle Maryland” initiative at the Chesapeake  Read the Rest…