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MDTA Propsed Toll Increase on the Susquehanna River Bridges: A Free Ride?... I Hardly Think So
June 16, 2011
Several years ago I requested that the Authority complete a study to move the toll plaza to
the Delaware State line. I applaud the Authority for agreeing to do the study. I do not
applaud how the study was conducted or its findings.
Maryland Begins Taking Applications From Homeowners for $40 Million Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program
January 1, 2011
Maryland initiates Emergency Homeowner Loan Program to provide limited and targeted assistance for homeowners who are facing foreclosure due to job loss or a decrease in wages, including those who lost income due to illness. The funding comes from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Regional Passenger Rail Advocates Recognize Maryland Legislator
December 9, 2009
The Delmarva Rail Passenger Association (DRPA), a passenger rail and transit advocacy group, will present Maryland State Delegate David D. Rudolph with the 2009 “On the Right Track” Award at their annual dinner on Thursday, December 3rd in Wilmington
House Passes Bill to Require Agency to Facilitate Motorist Input in Decision-Making Process
March 25, 2009
by AAA Mid-Atlantic News Release
The Maryland House of Delegates today voted to
require the agency that operates Maryland’s toll facilities to infuse more democracy in its rate
setting procedures. In passing House Bill (HB) 922, Delegates voted to require the Maryland
Transportation Authority (MdTA) to hold a 60-day public comment period before the Authority
can vote to implement a proposal to fix or revise a toll, fee, or other charge on any part of any
transportation facilities project in the State of Maryland.
Delegate Rudolph submits comments to the Maryland Transportation Authority opposing and proposing alternatives to the Authority's Revenue Recovery Proposals
January 29, 2009
In an attempt to be cognizant of the revenue shortfall facing the Maryland Transportation Authority and still recognize the negative impact of the proposed increases on our business community, Delegate Rudolph asks the authority to consider several proposals.
Delegate Rudolph recognized by Maryland School of Pharmacy Receives Honorary Alumnus Award
December 11, 2008
Each year, the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy and its Alumni Association recognize Preceptors of the Year and Honored and Honorary Alumni at its annual Gifts of Time Reception.
Among the individuals honored at this year's Gift of Time Reception was Delegate David Rudolph who received the B. Olive Cole Honorary Alumnus Award.
Speaker Busch Names Rudolph Vice-Chair
January 2, 2007
Speaker Michael E. Busch announced today the appointment of Delegate David Rudolph (D - Cecil) as Vice-Chairman of the Economic Matters Committee. The committee oversees economic development, business regulations, public utilities, insurance and a variety of other issues pertaining to the state's business climate.
Innovative "P3" Diabetes Management Project Unveiled
February 7, 2006
Delegate David Rudolph (D-Cecil) was host to a coalition of pharmacists, employers, patients, educators, and state officials in Annapolis to unveil an innovative diabetes management project that will begin in Allegany County and is intended to be implemented statewide.
Delegate Rudolph Chosen as Maryland's 2005 Outstanding Rural Legislator
November 17, 2005
Delegate David Rudolph (D-Cecil County) was recently honored as Maryland's "Outstanding Rural Legislator" for 2005 by the Rural Maryland Council. Delegate David Rudolph, is a senior member of the House Health and Government Operations Committee and chairs its Pharmaceuticals Subcommittee.
Delegate Rudolph Leader in Prescription Legislation Fo Maryland Citizens
April 26, 2005
During the recently concluded 2005 Legislative Session of the Maryland General Assembly, the Maryland House of Delegates and State Senate approved two pieces of legislation designed to expand access to prescription drugs for low income Marylanders and allow the state to enter into bulk purchasing agreements with pharmaceutical manufacturers to save the state money in its pharmaceutical expenditures. The legislation now awaits the Governor's signature.
Rudolph Delivers House of Delegates President's Day Speech
March 7, 2005
Delegate David Rudolph, (Cecil County) delivered this year's President's Day speech before the House of Delegates on Monday, March 7. Rudolph's speech was entitled, Washington and the Art of Governing Through Civil Discourse.
Delegate Rudolph Honored as Maryland Association of Resources for Families & Youth Outstanding Legislator of the Year
February 8, 2005
Delegate David Rudolph (D-Cecil) was honored in Annapolis January 17 as Legislator of Year by the Maryland Association of Resources for Families & Youth at their annual legislative reception.
Medevac: A Soaring Program Must Not Be Grounded
January 26, 2005
Americans have developed a new, or perhaps, renewed level of respect for the dedicated men and women who serve their fellow citizens in times of difficulty and tragedy. Since 9/11 we all have a greater appreciation of the skill, bravery and commitment of our nation's first responders.
Delegate Rudolph Reports From Annapolis
March 11, 2004
With the start of Maryland's legislative session, Delegate Rudolph provides a brief overview of Maryland's legislative process and offer a few tips for citizens on contacting their representatives.
Rudolph Comfortable in Annapolis: Veteran legislator knows his way about
April 7, 2003
He never gives up on issues or bills that he feels are important. He's learned after nine years in Annapolis that some things take time to accomplish. For example, he's been championing an effort to get some relief for senior citizen prescription prices for the past five years. This year, a bill he introduced is stalled in committee, but he still had hope that some last minute changes would move it to a summer study.
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