Statement of Donald C. Fry, President and CEO, Greater Baltimore Committee, on Passage of Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework

Passage of this significant legislation is an encouraging sign that compromise and bipartisan support can successfully address our nation's pressing needs.
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Baltimore Business Journal: U.S. Sen. Cardin, Mayor Scott have discussed a possible revival of the Red Line project

Sen. Ben Cardin
By withdrawing from the project, Maryland forfeited $900M in federal funding. The 14-mile line had been in planning for years, and the state had already spent close to $300M.
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GBC 2021 Transportation & Infrastructure Summit Explores Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework Plan

Transportation Summit 2021 panelists
The Bipartisan Infrastructure process has been "a struggle," Senator Cardin added. "The politics of this is brutal. But we're cautiously optimistic that we can put the package together this week."
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GBC 2021 Transportation & Infrastructure Summit

Please join the Greater Baltimore Committee for a panel discussion on current transportation and infrastructure policies and programs. Panelists: Senator Ben Cardin, Chair of the Senate Environment and Public Works Subcommittee on Transportation and Infrastructure — Cardin will discuss the bipartisan infrastructure package focused on highways, bridges, transit, ports, airports...
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Letter to Senator Ben Cardin regarding Congressional action to address economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic

The GBC thanks Senator Cardin for taking the time to meet with the Greater Baltimore Committee’s COVID-19 Business Recovery Advisory Council regarding pending Congressional action to address the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The Daily Record: Cardin, Van Hollen: New PPP funding unlikely to be the last

Maryland’s two U.S. senators said April 22,  that a second round of funding for the Paycheck Protection Program will help businesses unable to secure loans before the previous funding dried up and that more stimulus measures are expected as the nation battles the COVID-19 pandemic.
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