Delegate Glenn Resigns From General Assembly

 Delegate Cheryl Glenn announced earlier this week her resignation from the General Assembly. She has not given a reason for her departure. As reported by the Baltimore Sun, Glenn, 68, was elected to the House of Delegates in 2006 and has been a leading proponent of marijuana for medical use. She also held the position…

Port Covington: Better Together

Manis Canning & Associates, on behalf of its client, Weller Development, proudly promotes this video highlighting initiatives between Port Covington and the South Baltimore Seven (SB7) communities. This video captures what the company and project represent and the importance of their work throughout the City. Port Covington is a mixed-use waterfront community undergoing an incredible…

Mansfield Graduates From Leadership Maryland

 Leadership Maryland announced today that Andrea Mansfield, a lobbyist with Manis Canning & Associates, has completed the professional development program dedicated to building a better Maryland by harnessing the strength of its local business and community leaders. Leadership Maryland honored Mansfield, a resident of Odenton, and the entire Class of 2019 at its 27th annual…

2020 Session Issue Papers Released

The 2020 Issue Papers, which preview fiscal and policy issues for the upcoming session, were recently posted to the General Assembly’s website. Prepared by the Department of Legislative Services each year at this time, they highlight key issues to be discussed and serve as a valuable resource for those in Annapolis. 2020 Issue Papers

Rahn Resigns, Gregory Slater Named Transportation Secretary

Maryland Transportation Secretary Pete Rahn announced this week he plans to resign effective January 9, 2020. As reported by the Baltimore Sun, As Gov. Larry Hogan’s top transportation official since 2015, Rahn has overseen the state’s highways, mass transit systems, toll facilities, Motor Vehicle Administration, the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore and BWI Thurgood…