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EDT , June 27, 2014 While Maryland and most other Chesapeake Bay states are making decent progress in reducing pollution fouling the estuary, Pennsylvania is "substantially off track" and will receive additional federal help and backup action if
A group of 39 lawmakers is urging a federal court to block the Obama administration's plan to clean up the Chesapeake Bay watershed, describing it as an unjustified power grab...Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia puts the lawmakers alongside 21
Wheeler, The Baltimore Sun Government officials involved in the multi-state Chesapeake Bay cleanup pledged Monday to broaden and accelerate the long-running effort, including a vow to address the impacts of climate change on the ailing estuary.
And bay advocates say a big reason is the state Department of Environmental Protection cuts in staffing and funding for programs promoting agricultural best practices. The report released today?" data-html-class="libCommentCollapse"> shows that the
This is particularly frustrating because, for a few years at least, the crab population seemed to be rebounding from its near-collapse in 2008. Both Maryland and Virginia cut back their regulated harvests...The count included a promising class of
Tim Wheeler Baltimore has joined with other major U.S. cities in defending the federal government's authority to impose a "pollution diet" on the Chesapeake Bay. New York City, with sign-ons from Baltimore, Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and San
Attorneys general in 21 states are fighting to block Environmental Protection Agency pollution limits designed to improve the health of the Chesapeake Bay, fearing the Obama administration will use that authority to regulate wetlands in their states.
If this [cleanup] is left to stand, they argued in their joint amicus brief filed this week in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit, other watersheds, including the Mississippi River Basin, could be next. Although farm and industrial
Wheeler, The Baltimore Sun This could well be a winter of discontent for the Chesapeake Bay cleanup. Only a few of the leaders of the 30-year effort are expected to show up in Washington Thursday for an annual review of how it's going. While Gov.
Tim Wheeler Farming and building groups are appealing a federal judge's ruling recently that upheld the Environmental Protection Agency's " pollution diet " for the Chesapeake Bay. Lawyers for the American Farm Bureau Federation , the Pennsylvania