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Advocacy Resources and Publications

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Government Resources

To find your elected officials, put your address information into this link to search for your state and local elected representatives.
The Maryland General Assembly has served nearly continuously from Maryland’s founding in 1634. For over 370 years, the Maryland General Assembly has consisted of citizen legislators – part-time elected officials who live and work in their communities. Marylanders are typically represented by four legislators in the General Assembly – three members of the House of Delegates and one state Senator. The General Assembly makes laws for the state, may levy taxes and may reduce or restrict the budget proposed each year by the Governor. For general information about the Maryland General Assembly, click here.
The current Governor of Maryland, Lawrence J. Hogan, Jr., was inaugurated as the 62nd governor of the State of Maryland on January 21, 2015. Maryland’s Lt. Governor is Boyd Rutherford. For information on the Governor of Maryland, please follow this link.

Maryland State Departments

Catholic Charities and the Advocacy Department work in partnership with several different state departments, linked below.

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Advocacy Stories & Testimonials

General Assembly overrides Sick Leave veto

January 16th, 2018|

A proud member of the Working Matters Coalition, Catholic Charities advocated in support of the Healthy Working Families Act. The ability to earn paid time off will allow our clients to take care of themselves [...]

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