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Sarbanes said the University impacted his desire to serve in government because volunteerism and public service are part of the University’s culture. While he personally was very involved civically before attending the University, Sarbanes said his experience in the Wilson School and his participation in volunteer programs throughout his four years reinforced his commitment to give back to the community.
Congressman John Sarbanes received the Pericles Award. Sarbanes is a Democratic U.S. Representative for Maryland’s 3rd congressional district, which includes the state’s capital.
U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin said the money was the work of several public officials, including U.S. Reps. Dutch Ruppersberger and John Sarbanes.
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.
U.S. Representative John P. Sarbanes (D-Md.) has introduced the Primary Care Physician Reentry Act, which is aimed at helping reduce the nation's primary care physician shortage.
A bill introduced by Rep. John P. Sarbanes (D-MD) would address the nation's primary care physician shortage by funding pilot programs for mid-career, retired and retiring physicians to continue practicing medicine.