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LOCATIONS & CONTACTS


Washington, D.C.

400 North Capitol Street, NW, Suite 585
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: (202) 434-4776

Annapolis, Maryland

29 Francis Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-280-5088
Fax: 410-280-1618

Upper Marlboro, Maryland

14408 Old Mill Road, Suite 201
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
Phone: 301-952-8885
Fax: 301-952-0290

LaPlata, Maryland

403 East Charles Street
LaPlata, MD 20646
Phone: 301-392-0888
Fax: 301-392-5881

 

Email contacts:

Gregory Steve Proctor
Dianne Proctor
Guy Andes
Sherrie Sims
Ashley Heffernan
Joe Green
Faye Porter-Larche
Dave Bambrick
Jeff Estepp
Charlita Ferguson

 

 

 

 



 

CONTACTS

Paid sick leave bill will pass, key senator tells business group

Marylandreporter.com

Paid sick leave bill will pass, key senator tells business group

By Len Lazarick

Maryland business groups are uniformly opposed to mandatory paid sick leave legislation that already passed the House of Delegates in April before dying in a Senate committee.

But a key Senate leader told a Howard County Chamber of Commerce breakfast Wednesday that the bill was bound to pass this term, and business leaders should try to make it as palatable as possible... Read more

U.S. economy surges to strongest growth in two years

WashingtonPost.com

U.S. economy surges to strongest growth in two years

By Ana Swanson

The U.S. economy grew at its strongest pace in two years in the third quarter, according to government data released Friday morning, helping to allay fears that the world’s largest economy might be stalling after a sustained period of weakness... Read more

Anti-term-limits group gets boost from office cleaners’ union, Leggett

WashingtonPost.com

Anti-term-limits group gets boost from office cleaners’ union, Leggett

By Bill Turque

Opponents of Question B, the Montgomery County ballot proposal for term limits, received two big infusions of cash this month, according to campaign finance reports filed Friday... Read more

GSA postpones decision on FBI headquarters

BizJournals.com

GSA postpones decision on FBI headquarters

By Daniel J. Sernovitz

The federal government will not choose a location for a FBI headquarters until after the new year, a potential setback for Prince George's County and its aim to land the agency and its 11,000 employees.

The General Services Administration cited a "strong and overwhelmingly positive response" from developers for the delay... Read more