Manno Remarks at Town Hall in Silver Spring

(photo credit: Edward Kimmel)

Silver Spring, MD – This evening Senator Roger Manno was a guest speaker at a town hall meeting on current issues impacting the State. The 2-hour forum was hosted by the Greater Silver Spring Democratic Club, Young Democrats of Montgomery County, and the Women’s Democratic Club.

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Manno Letter to Sec. Grumbles Regarding Proposed NOx Regulations

Annapolis, MD – Today Senator Roger Manno, Senate Chair of the Administrative, Executive, and Legislative Review (AELR) committee, sent a letter to Department of Environment Secretary Benjamin Grumbles regarding Governor Larry Hogan’s proposed/emergency regulations (COMAR, effectively overriding Governor O’Malley’s existing regulations on coal-fired energy plant emissions.

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2015 Legislative Session Report

Dear neighbors:

Thank you for the honor to represent you and your family in the Maryland Senate. I appreciate your interest in our work on your behalf this year in Annapolis, and I welcome this opportunity to bring you this update.

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Manno Introduces Legislation on Trade Agreements

From TenthAmendmentCenter.Com: Maryland Bill Would Set Stage to Nullify Negative Impact of International Trade Agreements

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (March 25, 2015) – Yesterday, a Maryland Senate committee held a hearing on a bill based on state sovereignty that would create a mechanism to protect the Old Line State from the negative impacts of international trade agreements.

Sen. Roger Manno (D-Montgomery) introduced Senate Bill 893 (SB893) on March 3. The bill would establish a Commission on Free Trade, Currency Manipulation, and State Sovereignty.

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Manno Remarks at Veterans Forum

Silver Spring, MD – This afternoon State Senator Roger Manno was guest speaker at a Veterans VA Benefits Forum at Leisure World.  Manno was joined by representatives from Maryland Veterans Affairs Secretary Edward Chow’s staff, in addition to several other groups working on behalf of Maryland’s Veterans.

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Manno: Reform of Revenue Projections Necessary

Annapolis, MD – Today Senator Roger Manno, newly appointed Senate Chair of the Spending Affordability Committee, discussed problems in revenue forecasting that underlies all State spending, and the Spending Affordability Committee’s instructions for reforming this process.

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