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Congressman Andy Harris, R-Md.-1st, answered questions and listened to his constituents’ comments at a Town Hall on Monday evening, Dec. 30 at the American Legion in Cambridge.
Among those top concerns, Second Amendment rights, school discipline and sanctuary county laws.
I am proud to stand with my constituents and against oil and gas drilling off the coast of Maryland.
"Congressman Andy Harris recently took a stand on behalf of his constituents against expanded offshore drilling.
Maryland Representative Andy Harris, an anesthesiologist, joins the Freedom Caucus Podcast for a deep dive into price transparency within the healhcare system and highlights efforts to end surprise medical billing.
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EASTON — U.S. Rep. Andy Harris (R-1st District) joined community members in Easton on Friday, May 24, and discussed recent bipartisan victories he believes are overshadowed by big-ticket reform gridlock on Capitol Hill.
As President Theodore Roosevelt once said, “We have fallen heirs to the most glorious heritage a people ever received, and each one must do his part if we wish to show that the nation is worthy of its good fortune.”
The Maryland crabbing industry may see some relief as blue crab season heads into full swing.
The U.S. Post Office in Salisbury was renamed for Sgt. Maj. Wardell Turner at a ceremony that united guests in a spirit of warmth and gratifying memories.
U.S. Rep. Andy Harris, R-Md.-1st., spoke to constituents at his Wicomico County town hall Monday evening on several topics, including guns and immigration.
The town hall at the Black Diamond Lodge in Fruitland brought out strong supporters and harsh critics.
QUEENSTOWN — Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot and Congressman Andy Harris visited Dick’s Autohaus Thursday afternoon, Feb. 28, to congratulate Dick Potter and present him with a Certificate of Recognition for 53 years in the Volkswagen maintenance and repair business in Queen Anne’s County...
U.S. Sens. Mike Rounds (R-SD) and Thom Tillis (R-NC) led 138 members of Congress in urging the Trump administration to release the almost 70,000 already-authorized H-2B visas that would permit temporary, non-immigrant workers into the United States to fill critical seasonal job opportunities.