Delegate Kathleen Dumais

Democrat, Maryland House of Delegates District 15

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New law eases path to divorce for many couples(0)

When spouses in Maryland agree to split up and amicably hammer out a separation agreement, state law still makes them wait a year to file for divorce. That will change Thursday — at least for some couples — when a new law eliminates the waiting period for those without minor children who mutually consent to […]

A Doubleheader Reception To Honor the Women MPV’s of D15(0)

Delegate Kathleen Dumais with Delegate Aruna Miller Saturday, September 19, 2015 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. At the home of Dorothy Fait and David Borenstein 10505 Scarboro Lane Potomac, MD 20854   Grand Slam: $1000 Home Run: $500  Triple: $250 Double: $125      Base Hit: $75 To RSVP – please call Alexandra Bell at 301-762-1696 or E-mail at To submit by mail: Please make checks payable to “Friends of Kathleen Dumais” and mail to:  Friends […]

Md.’s method for choosing judges is wrong(0)

The Post recently opined that lawmakers should “take a hard look at how judges are selected” [“A higher bar for Md. judges,” editorial, June 19]. Indeed, it is time Maryland abandon contested elections for circuit court judges and use the same merit system in place for our appellate court judges, as historically endorsed by The […]

Democrat incumbents set to win District 15(0)

Democratic incumbent Sen. Brian Feldman is set to win his first Senate election for District 15 after being appointed to the position in September 2013. Feldman of Potomac was appointed to the Senate by Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) after former Sen. Robert Garagiola resigned. Before that, Feldman represented District 15 as a member of the […]


Everytown Endorses a YES Vote on Washington State I-594, The Nation’s Only Statewide Background Initiative on Ballot this November Everytown Endorses State and Federal Candidates who have Shown Leadership in Effort to Keep Communities Safe from Gun Violence; TV Ads Featuring Gun Violence Survivors To Air In Local Markets; Everytown for Gun Safety today […]

Sean Malone: Actions Speak Louder Than Words for Domestic Violence Victims(0)

mission in error, please notify the sender immediately by E-mail and delete the original message. Thank you for your cooperation. By: Sean Malone It’s time for the public stoning of Ray Rice to end; the point has been made. His conduct was reprehensible. He is paying a significant penalty for an abhorrent act. However, as […]

Marylanders To Prevent Gun Violence Honors Senator Brian Frosh & Kathleen Dumais Today(0)

On Monday, February 10 at 6pm in Annapolis, Marylanders to Prevent Gun Violence will present its first Gun Violence Prevention Champion Awards to Senator Brian Frosh and Delegate Kathleen Dumais for their key leadership roles in enacting the life-saving Firearms Safety Act of 2013. The awards will be presented at Harry Browne’s, 66 State Circle, […]

Unspun: Kathleen M. Dumais: ‘Very proud of Maryland’(0)

You just won the Superbowl of gun-control bills. What will you do now? Go to Disneyland? Ah, no, I will just go back to my law practice. What did you do to prepare for that 11-hour debate? I think the House in particular deserves a great deal of credit. The speaker appointed the gun safety […]

Response to Post Editorial – Maryland’s Shrinking Assault Weapons Ban(0)

It is unfortunate that the recent Washington Post Editorial (3/22/13) focused on only one aspect of the important gun safety legislation currently pending before the Maryland General Assembly this session. Here’s the “rest of the story.” In the House of Delegates, the Governor’s bill is assigned to two Committees – the Judiciary Committee and the […]

Maryland General Assembly Prepares For Spring Legislative Session(0)

An increase in gas taxes, a repeal of the death penalty and a renewed discussion of liability for pit bull owners are some of the issues currently on the table for Maryland’s 2013 legislative session. In addition, the recent shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., have prompted Gov. Martin O’Malley and others […]