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August 11, 2010
KATHERINE WINFREE Chief Deputy Attorney General
JOHN B. HOWARD, JR. Deputy Attorney General
The Honorable Don H. Dwyer, Jr. Room 154 Lowe House Office Building Annapolis, Maryland 21401
Dear Delegate Dwyer:
We have received your letter dated August 3, 2010, in which you request further advice concerning the recent Supreme Court decision construing the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution – McDonald v. City of Chicago, 2010 WL 2555188 (2010). In particular, you ask about the constitutionality of the statutory conditions for a More >
Check out this WBAL Story about the Same-Sex Marriage amendment. Be sure to watch the video:
New photos of the Severna Park Parade added today!
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
Today Delegate Don Dwyer committed to support “Right to Work” Legislation in Maryland.
This legislation if passed would break the stronghold labor unions have on business and employees in Maryland.
“Its time we allow businesses and their employees act and speak for themselves. This legislation would not prohibit unions
It simply allows an opt out provision. I fully support Right to Work legislation, as I have done so in the past.” Said Dwyer.
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
Today Delegate Don Dwyer signed a pledge supporting the “Citizens Rights Act”.
This legislation is being introduced in the upcoming legislative session and will model
the Arizona immigration law that has caused National attention.
“I hope to be the first member of the Anne Arundel County Delegation to sign the pledge.
Why is it that so many are refusing to address the issue of illegal immigration? My solution is to
Register all guest workers for a limited period of time and restrict ALL government benefits until they
become citizens of the United States of America.” Dwyer said.More >
Dear supporters and volunteers of Don Dwyer:
Delegate Dwyer is going to be door knocking this Saturday in his home neighborhood of Harundale! If you can help us for a few hours on Saturday morning, from 9:30am to 2:pm (or however long you can stay) we would love to have you.
Door to door Delegate Dwyer style is very easy! We ask only two questions,
1) Can we put a sign in their yard?
2) Would they like to speak with the Delegate, and if they do- we will send him over to talk with them.
If you have not done this before and are More >
To: Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler
Office of the Attorney General
200 St. Paul Place
Baltimore, MD 21202
Regarding: Opinion of Law Request on Civil Rights
Dear Attorney General Gansler,
Thank you for your reply regarding the case of McDonald v City of Chicago and the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Given that my original request was somewhat generic in nature, I would like to take this time to be much more specific.
I request an opinion regarding a fundamental civil right – the right to keep and bear arms – within the state of Maryland. Specifically, I request your opinion on the likelihood that one More >
Maryland Chamber of Commerce Endorses Delegate Dwyer.
Delegate Don Dwyer, Jr. received an endorsement from the Maryland Chamber of Commerce. The Maryland Chamber, is recognized
as one of Maryland premiere business associations and is dedicated to the betterment of the business community.
“Delegate Dwyer, please accept our endorsement in recognition of your history of providing leadership and advocacy on behalf of Maryland employers.
Your work in Annapolis clearly demonstrates that you understand the economic importance of a strong business climate.”
Betty Buck, Chair, Maryland Chamber PAC