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SPRING PICNIC! Friday, May 3, 2024, from 4pm-7pm

Join Rob and your fellow Marylanders for a Spring Picnic on Friday, May 3, 2024 from 4-7pm in Montgomery County! Adults can enjoy a specialized Cider Tasting while kids have fun at the Farm!   R.S.V.P now by emailing

  • Swoosh down the Giant Slides
  • Climb on the Wooden Play Structures
  • Ride the Pedal Tractors








"Rob Houton said his goal is to save lives, leading the charge on legalizing fentanyl test strips across the country and increasing access. 

Last week, Houton said he finally saw the fruits of his labor. Bi-Partisan legislation called the STRIP Act was introduced in Congress. The bill would legalize Fentanyl test strips nationwide.

“Every parent I have spoken with is so happy to hear that there is another tool out there that their children will have when they are not around -- if they are at a party or studying for an exam,” "Any parent will do anything to make sure their child is living,” Houton said.


"Robert Houton began working toward getting Congress to act on increasing access to Fentanyl Test Strips after fentanyl overdoses claimed the lives of friends of his children.

“That’s where it really, really struck home — personal chord,” he said.

Houton believes with help from Congress the testing strips can be made widely available throughout the United States. Right now, the tests are mostly available at clinics and public health centers, and D.C. even recently started putting them in vending machines. But getting one isn’t as easy as walking into the neighborhood drugstore.

Monday, January 29, 2024 7:29 PM

U.S. Senate Democratic Candidate for Maryland Rob Houton in Washington Post

U.S. Senate Candidate Rob Houton participates in the Democratic U.S. Senate Candidates Forum moderated by Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin. Washington Post Reporter Erin Cox's article on this debate here: 

"But even lesser-known candidates framed themselves as an alternative to sending Hogan, who left two terms in office with high job approval ratings, to help tip the razor-thin balance of power in the chamber toward Republicans."

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