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A few weeks ago, Congressman Anthony Brown’s (D- 4th District, MD) office contacted us about having the Congressman on the podcast. Sure thing! We sat down with Rep. Anthony Brown in his Largo office to discuss a whole bunch of things that were on the freshman Congressman’s mind.
As Donaly Trump quickly approaches his first 100 days in office, one fact is undeniable: The president cares deeply about the cameras. His time in office has been filled with carefully crafted photo-ops of meetings and the signing of executive orders.
While Anthony Brown served as Lieutenant Governor of Maryland in 2008, violence struck close to home. The Maryland politician’s cousin was shot and killed by her estranged boyfriend while trapped in a garage.
The American Gaming Association is starting a series of road trips Tuesday to explain how commercial and tribal casinos help small businesses across the country.
Rep. Anthony G. Brown of Prince George's County picked up on an argument gaining momentum among Democrats: If the situation in Syria is bad enough to warrant airstrikes, why shouldn't the U.S. accept more refugees from that country?
"He has evolved in his thinking and perhaps even more important has evolved in his empathy for the Syrians," said Rep. Anthony G. Brown, a Democrat who represents portions of Prince George's and Anne Arundel counties. That could influence the president's "thinking and approach on how we provide relief and support to these children, men and women who have been fleeing Syria," Brown said.
Brown talked about how his grandparents arrived in America as unauthorized immigrants. “My grandmother didn’t live to see her grandson become a member of the United States Congress,” he said. Then he pointed to Piña’s parents: “But I have no doubt that your daughter can be in Congress.”
Rep. Anthony Brown (D-Md.), the CBC's parliamentarian, told POLITICO that lawmakers discussed with Trump "the way that he characterizes the African-American community, as if all of us live in abject poverty in our cities." The meeting lasted about an hour and didn't touch further on prescription drugs after Trump's early comments, Brown said.
On the other side of the issue, Rep. Anthony Brown, D-Md., said, "When a determination is made that a veteran is mentally incompetent or incapacitated — for whatever reason — that determination is made to protect them, not to punish or deprive them."
Anthony Brown, U.S. Representative for Maryland's 4th congressional district, held a town hall meeting at Anne Arundel Community College Saturday morning to discuss issues important to his constituents in Anne Arundel County.