SERVING OUR VETERANS
Anne Arundel County is home to the second largest populations of veterans in Maryland. They deserve a Senator who is going to stand up for them because they’ve stood up for us.
- Maryland’s community colleges have been national leaders in supporting veterans. We need to provide the state support they need to serve our veterans by establishing and funding veterans resource centers at every community college and four-year university in Maryland.
- On average, 22 veterans take their own lives every day. We must develop a comprehensive action plan to expand professional health services and prevent veterans suicide.
- Veterans reintegration services: Ensure the easiest transition from military to civilian life by removing barriers to employment, expanding veterans courts statewide, and work with County and Federal agencies to serve our Veterans.
- Maryland ranks just 38th in best states for veterans to retire. We must do all we can to support retired veterans and their families by making Uniformed Service Retirement Income 100% exempt from Maryland State income taxes.