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On Thursday, February 25, we're boarding buses for Annapolis, where we'll meet with legislators about—and testify and rally in support of—bills that support our work to prevent and end homelessness.

Specifically, we'll be advocating around the below issues and related bills. But first, a couple don't-miss highlights:

At 10 a.m., the House of Delegates will offer a special recognition of Health Care for the Homeless, marking our 30-year effort to prevent and end homelessness.

From 12 p.m. to 1 p.m., we'll be rallying for Behavioral Health and Housing at Lawyer’s Mall.


  • Paid Sick and Safe Leave for Workers and Families: MD Healthy Working Families Act
  • Deconcentrate Poverty: Housing Opportunities Made Equal—HOME Act
  • Reduce Barriers to Jobs & Housing: Repeal the Unit Rule
  • Don’t Cut the Safety Net—Expand Anti-Poverty Programs
  • Increase Access to Behavioral Health and Dental Care and Promote Harm Reduction
  • Expand Democratic Participation—Universal Voter Registration and Planning and Funding for Homeless Shelters and Services

Please join us if you can. If you can't, please get behind the above issues and help us advance our advocacy agenda.






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