Thank You, Senator Mikulski

GHHI Baltimore partners present Maryland Senator Barbara Mikulski with the GHHI Distinguished Public Servant Award. From left to right: Dale Dirks, Health & Medicine Council; Ken Strong, Division of Green, Healthy and Sustainable Homes for Baltimore Housing; Senator Mikulski; Shawana Ramirez, GHHI Baltimore Client; Ruth Ann Norton, GHHI President & CEO; Olivia Farrow, Office of Human Services at Baltimore City Mayor’s Office; and Shannon Mace-Heller, Policy & Planning at Baltimore City Health Department.

Today in Baltimore, Senator Barbara Mikulski announced that she would not seek a 6th term as a United States senator for Maryland.

The Green & Healthy Homes Initiative sincerely thanks Senator Mikulski for being a tireless advocate for children and leading voice in the senate for the eradication of childhood lead poisoning. She championed of the Lead Hazard Reduction Demonstration Grant Program, funded by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and played a vital role in helping reduce childhood lead poisoning in Maryland by 98%.

The Senator is the longest-serving woman in the history of Congress. We are proud to call her a friend and neighbor. We look forward to her continued work on behalf of children, Marylanders and families across the nation. There is no better example of a caring, constructive leader than “Senator Barb.”

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