Congressmen Cummings, Sarbanes participate in Medicaid Public Forum

BMore Indivisible sent members to a Medicaid Public Forum organized by Health Care Access Maryland featuring Congressmen Elijah Cummings (MD-7) and John Sarbanes (MD-3) along with Baltimore City Health Commissioner Leana Wen. The event provided a forum for participants to share their stories about the importance of Medicaid and the consequences that Trump's proposed $800b cut … Continue reading Congressmen Cummings, Sarbanes participate in Medicaid Public Forum

Senator Van Hollen answers post-town hall questions from Baltimore Town Hall

Many people who attended the Baltimore Indivisible Town Hall on April 20th didn't have a chance to ask a question during the event or speak with one of the participating members of Congress after the event. BMore Indivisible collected handwritten questions from audience members throughout the event and hand-delivered them to the offices of Senator Van … Continue reading Senator Van Hollen answers post-town hall questions from Baltimore Town Hall

Post-Baltimore Town Hall coverage

Over 600 people attended the Baltimore Indivisible Town Hall and joined Senator Van Hollen and Congressmen Cummings (MD-7), Ruppersberger (MD-2), and Sarbanes (MD-3), in discussing how the Trump administration's actions and Congress affect issues vitally important to Baltimore City. The event was covered by the Baltimore Sun, WJZ-TV, and WYPR. The town hall was hailed by … Continue reading Post-Baltimore Town Hall coverage

Over 600 residents join Van Hollen, Cummings, Ruppersberger, Sarbanes in Baltimore Town Hall

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2TTq3ShKKc8 Senator Chris Van Hollen, Congressman Elijah Cummings (MD-7), Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger (MD-2), and Congressman John Sarbanes (MD-3) addressed a packed house at the Baltimore War Memorial in a town hall organized by Indivisible Baltimore, along with many, many volunteers from the local Indivisible community. The full room — one of the largest town halls in … Continue reading Over 600 residents join Van Hollen, Cummings, Ruppersberger, Sarbanes in Baltimore Town Hall