Delegate Kathleen Dumais

Democrat, Maryland House of Delegates District 15

Welcome!

Dear Friends,

It is such an honor and privilege to represent the 15th Legislative District in the Maryland House of Delegates. I truly enjoy serving as a Delegate and I am proud of our accomplishments.

After the 2006 election, Speaker Busch appointed me to the leadership position of Parliamentarian of the House of Delegates. Soon after the November 2010 election, Busch promoted me to vice chair of the judiciary committee. During my first four terms, I sponsored over 100 bills primarily making improvements in the areas of domestic violence and family and juvenile law. I continue to successfully marshal through legislation in the areas of consumer protection, law enforcement, drunk driving and estate planning. In addition to serving as the vice chair of the judiciary committee, I also serve as a member of the Justice Reinvestment Oversight Board tasked with implementing comprehensive criminal justice reform.

If you have any questions or would like to discuss specific issues, please e-mail or call my legislative office. Simply visit the "Contact" tab at the top right of the navigation bar for more information.

Thank you for the opportunity to serve you.I appreciate and value your support and your vote!

Sincerely,


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Friday, January 12, 2018  |  David Collins, WBAL-TV 11 The Maryland Senate voted Friday, 30-17, to override the governor’s veto of paid sick leave. The vote came along party lines, but three Democrats voted against the override The Maryland House of Delegates voted Thursday 88-52 to override the veto. The bill requires employers with 15 or […]

Bill to deny parental rights in cases of rape gets hearing in Md. Senate

By Kate Ryan | @KateRyanWTOP January 12, 2018 3:57 am ANNAPOLIS, Md. — A Maryland Senate panel heard from supporters of a bill that would strip rapists of parental rights to any babies born from their crimes.  Various forms of the bill have been before the General Assembly for a decade. Speaking before the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee, […]

State Will Consider Terminating Parental Rights for Rapists

Written by  Neal Earley Among the first items on the legislative agenda in Annapolis next year will be a bill to allow rape survivors the right to terminate the parental rights of their rapist. The Rape Survivor Family Protection Act – which failed to pass in last year’s legislative session when time ran out – […]