One of Congressman Sarbanes’ top priorities is to fulfill our commitments to America’s service members.
Congressman Sarbanes is fighting the influence of the wealthy and well-connected on Congress and working to return to a government of, by and for the people.
Congressman Sarbanes is working to provide all Americans with affordable, high-quality care.
Protecting Our EnvironmentCongressman Sarbanes is committed to protecting the Chesapeake Bay and educating the next generation of environmental stewards.
Encouraging Public ServiceCongressman Sarbanes strongly supports national service programs and believes that pubic service is one of the most effective ways to energize and revitalize our communities.
Congressman Sarbanes is supporting policies that foster a healthy economic recovery and that ensure equality and opportunity for all.
Congressman Sarbanes discusses the Situation in Iraq and Syria.
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We also hear from Rep. John Sarbanes. The congressman from Maryland's Third District talks about his effort to get "small money" back into politics in the wake of the Supreme Court's Citizens United and McCutcheon decisions.
Representative John Sarbanes, a Maryland Democrat who has introduced a bill to create a matching system, argues that it would allow candidates to raise sums from ordinary citizens comparable to what they might otherwise obtain from lobbyists.
Sarbanes worked with the American Medical Association, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB), and other groups to bring the Primary Care Physician Re-entry Act before Congress.
AAFP Board Chair Jeff Cain, M.D., of Denver, recently offered the Academy's support for a House bill designed to put a dent in the nation's growing physician shortage by helping primary care physicians return to clinical practice after a stint away from patient care.
On Sep. 16, Rep John P. Sarbanes introduced a bill into Congress to encourage recently retired physicians to come back into the workforce.