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Topic - Ben Cardin
U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin plans to visit Chesapeake College to talk with culinary students, educators and business leaders.
U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin is pushing a conservation bill favoring the Baltimore oriole and other migratory birds.
Sen. Ben Cardin said it’s quite appropriate in the current government shutdown situation to sling around words like “hostage” and “ransom,” while suggesting House Speaker John Boehner ought to surrender to Democratic demands.
A key Democratic senator said Wednesday the collection of phone records and other mass data is "well understood," but there is room to discuss the broader implications of the spying programs.
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The last time Maryland had a Republican senator, Ronald Reagan was president and now-U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin was serving his first term in Congress. But that history hasn't deterred ex-Secret Service agent Dan Bongino from entering next year's Senate race.
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Sen. Ben Cardin, who greeted residents at the enrollment fair, said he believed it would be the right time to reconsider a new platform after the first signup period ends Monday.
"That's what I think the state is considering, a new platform where we can get better service - not only to those who want to enroll but those who are currently enrolled, because this is a continuing process," Cardin said. "So we want to have a very friendly consumer platform, so you can go on the Internet at any time, get the information you need, change things if you have to, enroll if you haven't already, so I think the state recognizes that it made a mistake. It's now correcting it."