Team46’s Baltimore City Proposed Strategy for Personal & Community Safety (or Baltimore PROSPERS) is a well-researched position and policy proposal document which succinctly yet thoroughly lays out Team46’s plan to reduce violence and crime in Baltimore City. It lays out immediate and near future proposals while also illustrating steps that have been taken by members of Team46 during previous legislative sessions.
Over the past week, I’ve knocked on hundreds of doors, and talked to dozens of neighbors in the McElderry Park Community and Patterson Park Neighborhood. These encounters are important for …
“My starting point for everything I do is social justice,” says Robbyn Lewis, one of three state delegates representing Maryland’s 46th District. For her, “social justice” means advocating for public health and criminal justice reform and building a green community that everyone can enjoy. Home to great wealth and great poverty, the 46th includes Harbor East as well as Cherry Hill and Curtis Bay, and is the whitest legislative district in the city—60 percent. Lewis is the district’s first delegate of color.
When the kids in our neighborhoods have organized activities, led by caring and competent adults, they can thrive and grow to become good citizens.
What follows are some of my legislative highlights, policies that I sponsored or helped sponsor, though it is not comprehensive: BILLS I SPONSORED Workgroup on Health in All Policies — …
My 2017 End of Session Letter is here! Take a look at what we accomplished in Annapolis!
We hosted the newest episode of Sound Bites, our series about our food and our world. We listened in to a panel that took place Wednesday, April 19, at 2640 Space in Baltimore, “Fired Up & Ready To Go,” leading up to the People’s Climate March on April 29th in Washington, D.C. I talked with a panel of environmental activists including: Maryland Delegate Robbyn Lewis (46th District), a public health professional, sustainability advocate and community leader
On April 19th, the Maryland Environmental Health Network with The Center for Emerging Media and 2640 Space will host an evening to connect Marylanders to the effects of climate change on health and to prepare residents to attend the People’s Climate March on April 29th in Washington, DC
Del. Robbyn T. Lewis, another recently appointed lawmaker, tied the governor’s decision on State Center to the $3 billion Red Line light rail project, which she said Hogan had “whimsically canceled” in 2015.
Sixty-seven people spoke in favor of Maryland’s offshore wind plans at the hearing, including a bipartisan group of four state legislators. State Senator Johnny Ray Salling (District 6) and Delegates Dereck Davis (District 25), Sally Jameson (District 28) and Robbyn Lewis (District 46) all referenced the economic development potential and promise of well-paying jobs as reasons for the PSC to approve the wind energy credit.