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The National Park Service is rescinding a proposal to start charging entrance fees along the entire, 185-mile length of the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park.
Congressman John K. Delaney published an op-ed last week on the need to pass the Clay Hunt SAV Act, which improves mental health care and anti-suicide services from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Improving veteran's access to mental health care
By Rep. John Delaney
Frederick News-Post, 1/30/15
A bill to help repair the nation's crumbling infrastructure was introduced on Tuesday in the US House of Representatives. The Partnership to Build America Act is sponsored by 6th District Congressman John Delaney, and Pennsylvania Representative Mike Fitzpatrick.
Hagerstown Herald-Mail coverage of a December 2014 grant to help homeless veterans in Western Maryland:
Thirty veterans living in halfway houses at undisclosed locations in Hagerstown will be able to find more stable homes thanks to a $219,521 federal grant.
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day is December 7, the anniversary of the attack in 1941. Congressman Delaney authored an op-ed in the Frederick News-Post on the meaning and importance of the holiday.
Remembering Courage, Sacrifice and Resilience on Pearl Harbor Day
By Rep. John K. Delaney (MD-6)
December's edition of Fortune featured an op-ed by Alan Murray on the need for more elected officials with a businessperson's point of view. Murrary writes:
I voted in the midterms, but it wasn’t very satisfying. I used to think elections were the way we addressed society’s most pressing problems. No longer. Now they are like sporting events: 53–47. Go, team.
On Tuesday, September 23 Congressman John Delaney met with Frederick residents to discuss local infrastrutcure needs. Delaney is the author of The Partnership to Build America Act (H.R. 2084) a bipartisan bill to rebuild America.
Here's the Frederick News-Post's coverage of the meeting:
Last week Congressman Delaney announced federal support for the Smithsburg Community Volunteer Fire Company.
WHAG coverage here:
GERMANTOWN, Md. — Maryland Rep. John Delaney is hosting a panel discussion on the challenges facing women in the workforce.
The panel is scheduled for Wednesday in Germantown at Montgomery College.
The discussion is expected to cover issues including pay equity, managing work and child care, the glass ceiling and gender and pregnancy discrimination.
WASHINGTON COUNTY, Md. - Congressman John Delaney visited Hagerstown Friday morning to hear from local leaders and residents.