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1.Mike Miller Resigns
Mike Miller resigns from Md. Senate after 45 years: ‘The cancer is in all my bones’ Sen. Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. (D-Md.) announced his resignation Dec. 23 due to his spreading cancer and …
2.Mike Miller Resigns
Miller, who stepped down from his leadership role in October 2019, continued to represent the 27th legislative district in the Maryland Senate and was bestowed with the title Senate President Emeritus.
3.Mike Miller Resigns
Maryland Senate President Emeritus Mike Miller resigns Senate President Emeritus Thomas V. “Mike” Miller announced his resignation on Wednesday, citing failing health as the cause for not …
4.Mike Miller Resigns
Senate President Emeritus Thomas V. “Mike” Miller announced his resignation Wednesday, citing failing health as the cause for not completing his term. “My heart and my mind remain strong, but my…
5.Mike Miller Resigns
Merry Christmas! State Roundup will return Monday, Dec. 28. MIKE MILLER RESIGNS FROM SENATE: Senate President Emeritus Mike Miller announced Wednesday his retirement from the body he served in for 45 years and led for more than 30 years.The 78-year-old has been battling prostate cancer for two years. He is considered an institution in Maryland politics, reports Bryan Renbaum for Maryland Reporter.
6.Mike Miller Resigns
Maryland Sen. Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr., a long-revered voice among state lawmakers, announced his resignation Wednesday after 45 years, citing his ongoing battle with cancer. Miller, 78, presided over the Senate for 33 years before he passed the gavel last year to Senate President Bill Ferguson (D …
7.Mike Miller Resigns
After nearly 50 years in public service and a yearslong battle with cancer, former Maryland Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. announced Wednesday he is retiring from politics.
8.Mike Miller Resigns
Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr., a towering political force in Maryland for five decades, resigned from the state Senate on Wednesday, saying his health was failing and he no longer had the strength to serve. Miller (D-Calvert), 78, was elected to the Senate in 1974 and served as the chamber’s…
9.Mike Miller Resigns
Mike Miller, who presided over the Maryland Senate longer than any other state senate president in the nation, has resigned from the Senate, citing health reasons. Miller, 78, presided over the Senate for 33 years, longer than some Senators have been alive. He announced in January 2019 that he had …
10.Mike Miller Resigns
Mike Miller has resigned from his position as an assistant men’s basketball coach on Anfernee “Penny” Hardaway’s staff at the University of Memphis. In a post on Twitter, Miller wrote the “past few…
1.Mike Miller resigns from Md. Senate after 45 years: ‘The cancer is in all my bones’
Miller (D-Calvert), 78, was elected to the Senate in 1974 and served as the chamber’s president for 33 years, longer than any state Senate leader in the country. He relinquished the gavel in 2019 after being diagnosed with Stage 4 prostate cancer and was replaced as chamber leader by Sen.
Published Date: 2020-12-24T04:19:00.0000000Z
2.Former Maryland Senate President Miller resigns, citing his health
Thomas V. Mike Miller represented Prince George’s County and Southern Maryland in the Maryland General Assembly for longer than several state lawmakers have been alive. He presided over the state Senate for 33 years before stepping down from his leadership position in 2019.
Published Date: 2020-12-24T00:07:00.0000000Z
3.Longtime Maryland state senator resigns after 45 years
Maryland state Sen. Thomas “Mike” Miller (D), the longest-serving legislative leader in the U.S., resigned Wednesday citing health issues that prevented him from completing his term.
Published Date: 2020-12-23T17:50:41.0000000Z
4.Miller resigns from Maryland Senate, ending an historic era
Sen. Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr., the longest serving president of the Senate in Maryland and the United States, will resign effective today.
Published Date: 2020-12-24T03:15:00.0000000Z
5.Long-serving Maryland senator resigns due to cancer
Sen. Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. (D-Md.) announced his resignation on Dec. 23 due to his spreading cancer and failing strength. He was elected to the Senate in 1974.
Published Date: 2020-12-23T20:42:00.0000000Z
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|1 MD Senate Leadership Changes Hands|
|Senate President Mike Miller resigns after decades of service, but continues as Senator in his district, and Sen. Bill Ferguson of Baltimore City is chosen as his successor by the chamber’s Democrats. Patricia Villone reports.|
|Watch Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CyehQ9LvziA|
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1.Thomas V. Miller Jr.
Thomas V. Miller Jr. (born December 3, 1942), known as Mike Miller, is the former president of the Maryland Senate. He has been a state senator representing…
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