WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman Anthony G. Brown (MD-04) published an open letter outlining his reaction to the recently proposed magnetic levitation (Maglev) track alignments between Washington and Baltimore.
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Rep. Anthony Brown visited AACC’s Arnold campus today as part of a tour of the fourth district of Maryland, which he represents.
County Executive Steve Schuh and a number of lower officials and legislative staff members were also present.
In a commentary for Maryland Matters, U.S. Rep. Anthony Brown writes about the development of a new, modern headquarters facility for the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services in Camp Springs and the 3,700 well-paying jobs it will bring.
For decades, Prince George’s County leaders have made great strides making the county more attractive to businesses and residents — even as Northern Virginia, Montgomery County, and the District of Columbia have experienced greater rates of economic growth and investment.
A U.S. Representative from Maryland recently announced that he is planning to introduce legislation to police “hate speech” on college campuses.
U.S. Rep. Anthony Brown announced during a speech Thursday afternoon that he plans to introduce a bill he hopes will curtail hate speech at universities.
With the stroke of his pen Monday, President Trump rolled back an Obama-era executive order that restricted the types of military surplus equipment that can be deployed to state and local law enforcement agencies.
A Maryland US representative announced plans to introduce legislation which would deny federal funds to universities that “don’t develop adequate plans to respond to hate crimes.”
Rep. Anthony Brown made the announcement at the University of Maryland on Thursday.
Race relations were the subject of a spirited discussion on the University of Maryland College Park campus Thursday night.
The discussions come following an alarming number of race-related incidents on the campus and the tragic death of a student.
Congressman Anthony Brown spoke on campus to address both known and perceived hate crimes on campus.
In an effort to clamp down on hate crimes on campus, a U.S. Congressman announced plans Thursday to introduce a bill that would deny federal financial aid to colleges and universities that don’t develop adequate plans to respond to hate crimes.
Congressman Anthony G. Brown (MD-04) on the Need to Reauthorize CHIP Without Sabotaging the Affordable Care Act