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The Founding of the Maryland Film Commission
In the late 1970s, American Joe had a hand in creating the Maryland Film Commission through the legislature, taking it from almost last to 8th in the country for motion picture and TV productions.
Constituent Perspective: Meeting the Famous American Joe
A lifelong Baltimore resident recalls a chance meeting with American Joe – and a connection made over a cowboy.
Press Release: Old Line Government Affairs Proudly Presents “American Joe Week”
Enjoy stories, anecdotes and unique highlights about Senior Government Affairs Director American Joe Miedusiewski.
American Joe is a Champ!
From the archives: Check out American Joe in this commercial from his campaign for Governor of Maryland.
Bill Clinton Visits American Joe’s Bar
American Joe’s Bar in Canton on a Sunday night in May was like melted ice cream — slow and sweet. A quiet, lazy evening in the city. Until the motorcade arrived.
American Joe: From Aerial Militia to Annapolis
Before he ventured into the legislative world, American Joe was a member of the Maryland Air National Guard from 1969 to 1975.
Miedusiewski’s Maryland: The American Joe Story
This week, we’re proud to showcase one of Baltimore’s greatest and most beloved politicians through the eyes of the people who knew him best for a series we’re calling “American Joe Week.”
Online with Old Line: Senator Melony Griffith
A graduate of Howard University and a social worker by training, Senator Griffith represents the central and southern areas of Prince George’s County.
Board of Public Works Liaisons Provide Insight into Maryland Procurement Process
Given our state’s one-of-a-kind procurement system and the unique role played by the Board of Public Works in approving certain government contracts, Old Line gathered together experts to provide a behind-the-scenes look at the state procurement process.
Reflecting on the 2020 Session and Anticipating 2021
While all Maryland legislative sessions become part of the historical record, the 2020 session, which was the 441st, will have an asterisk next to it. For 2021, vigilance will be required to be certain one’s voice is heard.
American Joe is “A Great Teacher”
Architecture firm principal shares praise for American Joe Miedusiewski.
Webinar: The Maryland Minority Business Enterprise Program
In this exclusive procurement-focused webinar, learn how minority-owned businesses can create additional revenue streams with the state of Maryland through the MBE program.
Crossover Day in the Maryland General Assembly
Hundreds of bills, and 20 days to go. Read the latest on this important milestone in the current legislative session.
Governor’s Briefing on COVID-19: January 20, 2022
We’re “not out of the woods” says Hogan, but numbers are trending in the right direction.