Delegate Turner introduces key legislation that will affect the way drivers are insured by eliminating the use of credit histories to determine policy rates.
Legislation, insuring the safety of tow truck drivers, will also be introduced in order to avoid any further tragic loss of life such as that which occurred last year at a Tow Truck company when Tarreak Butler was killed at the hands of an angry driver.
Another important piece of legislation will provide the Department of Education an avenue to further determine how Traumatic Brain Injury effects students by compiling data on children who have suffered a brain event in school or out of school, whether or not it is due to a sports related injury..
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
SEIU, CASA, MD Realtors, a more endorse Veronica for Delegate
Seniors and Nursing Home residents are on the first tier to receive the COVID 19 vaccine. We are working to reverse the loss of so many beloved elders to this horrible disesase.
Her Fight Has Brought:
A multitude of jobs to District 26 as well as to the entire county
A new Avalon Elementary School, a new auditorium for Crossland High School and renovations to other school buildings
The Southern Regional Technology and Recreation Center
2021 Legislative Bills and Student Scholarship
Del. Turner is working on a number of bills in this legislative session. Type in Del. Turner's name to review her bills.
District 26 Student Scholarship
The State of Maryland Delegate Scholarship is offered by the local State Delegates to Maryland residents who plan to pursue a post-secondary credential full-time (12+ credits per semester) or part-time (6-11 credits per semester) at a two-year or four-year Maryland college, university or private career school.
Current high school seniors
Current undergraduate or graduate students
Live in District 26
Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
The student must file the Maryland State Financial Aid Application (MSFAA) instead of completing the FAFSA, if eligible for in-state tuition, but ineligible to receive federal aid.
All in-state majors are eligible.
You may use this scholarship at an out-of-state school if your major is not available at any Maryland institution. In order to verify your major as unique, you must complete the Unique Major Application and submit it to MHEC with the required documentation.
The scholarship may also be used out-of-state if the student is disabled and studying at an institution outside the State that makes special provisions for disabled students that are not available to the applicant at an institution in Maryland.