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Can Nutrition And Lifestyle Behaviors Increase Immunity?

The immune system is essential for our health and well-being. An optimally functioning immune system is the body’s defense against pathogens. more

Bags, Budgets And Other Bills

The Anne Arundel County Council has been discussing a bill that would ban most plastic bags at the point of sale in our county. more

Maryland's 445th Legislative Session: Victories In Economic Prosperity, Health Care And More

As your state senator, I am pleased to report on the legislative victories and historic progress we made for Maryland during the 445th legislative session, concluded in April. more

Saving The BOOST Program

For me, one of the most important actions that was taken this legislative session was the preservation of the Broadening Options and Opportunities for Students Today (BOOST) program. more

Making Strides With Behavioral Health

As anyone who follows my contributions is aware, I have a particular passion for the expansion of behavioral health resources, particularly for our adolescent population. more

End Of Session: An Open Letter

As I serve you in the General Assembly, my promise to you continues to be driven by my steadfast commitment to promoting, fighting and advocating for the needs of our community. more

Expanded Mortgage Assistance Program

County Executive Steuart Pittman and Anne Arundel Community Development Services CEO Erin Karpewicz announced changes to the county’s mortgage assistance program. more

Bags, Budgets And Other Bill

Bill 19-23 is a hybrid model, banning most plastic bags, and requiring a 10-cent fee for each paper bag be charged to the consumer. more

Impressive SPHS Students

For this month’s column, I’d like to highlight a couple recent events to showcase some of the incredible students in our community. more

Letter To The Editor: Anne Arundel County Allows Construction In An Asbestos Contaminated Dumpsite

Fernando Berra III shares details about a development known as River Glen in Pasadena. more

The Collaborative Care Model

In this first column of our 2023 session, I’m going to talk about the Collaborative Care Model and our efforts to expand our pilot to a statewide effort. more

Working To Improve Health Care Access And Alleviate High Prescription Drug Costs

More than 1,200 bills were introduced in this session of the General Assembly, covering a host of issues. more
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