The Livable Streets Coalition Meeting was held on Saturday, August 19th. Attendees included a total of 21 Coalition members, representing 6 neighborhoods (Highlandtown, McElderry Park, Library Square, Butchers Hill, C.A.R.E. Community and the Patterson Park Neighborhood). Representatives from the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) and the Patterson Park Audubon Center were also present. Participants… Continue reading Livable Streets Coalition Meeting – 19 August 2023
The 445th legislative session of the Maryland General Assembly ended on April 10th. We passed more than 800 pieces of legislation. This End of Session Report highlights a selection of the most consequential. Our primary constitutional duty is to pass a balanced operating budget. We did so, allocating $63 billion towards the following investments and… Continue reading 2023 End of Session Report
April 6, 2023 Delegate Robbyn Lewis joined Andrea Learned to talk about how improving transit is absolutely a social justice issue. Delegate Lewis makes a great case for really understanding the tools of community engagement and coalition building. “You know, it’s all connected. Fixing public transit is one of the most powerful ways that we… Continue reading Living Change Podcast: Transit, Democracy, and Coalition Building
March 16, 2023 Delegate Robbyn Lewis is highlighted as one of the several Black women in the Maryland General Assembly who are making waves of change. “I don’t want to be the last Black Woman to represent my district. [I] hope to hire young women and train and lift them to be leaders.” Read the full article… Continue reading AFRO News: Women of color shine the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland
February 21, 2023 Delegate Robbyn Lewis joined Jayne Miller, guest host for WYPR’s Midday show to talk transit. Topics include the history of the Red Line light rail project and the future of Baltimore’s transit system. Listen to the full interview here.
The 2022 Legislative Session of the Maryland General Assembly ended on Tuesday, April 11th. This End of Session Report summarizes all that we accomplished on your behalf.
Information on the District 46 Joint Delegate 2022-23 Legislative Scholarship Application for (District 46 residents)
Read the op-ed in the Baltimore Sun by Sen. Katie Fry Hester, Del. Robbyn Lewis and Del. Brooke Lierman.
BALTIMORE, MD (December 8, 2021) — State Delegate Robbyn Lewis announces a virtual public forum to provide assistance to Baltimore City residents whose Hopkins Advantage MD plans were cancelled. Hopkins Advantage MD plans are issued by Hopkins Health Advantage Inc., a Maryland health insurer affiliated with Johns Hopkins Medicine. Approximately 6,000 Baltimoreans – that’s nearly 1 in 10… Continue reading Del. Lewis announces public forum on cancelled Hopkins Medicare Advantage plans
The Washington Post, November 18, 2021