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CHESAPEAKE BAY PROGRAM REPORTS MORE NITROGEN AND SEDIMENT POLLUTION FINDING ITS WAY INTO THE BAY THAN ANTICIPATED; AGREES MORE WORK NEEDS TO BE DONE

Contact:
Samantha Kappalman, The Hatcher Group, (443) 223-3322 cell

For Immediate Release
April 6, 2015

Chesapeake Bay Program Reports More Nitrogen and Sediment Pollution Finding Its Way into the Bay than Anticipated; Agrees More Work Needs to Be Done

Estimates of state actions do not include water monitoring or saturated soils information

Annapolis, Md – The

JOINT ENVIRONMENTAL STATEMENT ON HOGAN ADMINISTRATION’S REVISED PHOSPHORUS REGULATIONS

Contact: Dawn Stoltzfus, The Hatcher Group, (410) 562-5655
Tom Zolper, Chesapeake Bay Foundation, (443) 482-2066
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 18, 2015

 
JOINT ENVIRONMENTAL STATEMENT ON HOGAN ADMINISTRATION’S REVISED PHOSPHORUS REGULATIONS
(Annapolis, MD) – The Maryland Clean Agriculture Coalition and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation released a joint statement today about Governor Hogan’s revised Phosphorus Management Tool (PMT) regulations:
We

NEW POLL: EASTERN SHORE VOTERS SUPPORT PHOSPHORUS MANAGEMENT LEGISLATION

Contact: Dawn Stoltzfus, The Hatcher Group, (410) 562-5655
Steve Raabe, OpinionWorks, (410) 271-3795

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

March 16, 2015
New Poll Shows Eastern Shore Voters Support Phosphorus Management Legislation, Say Agriculture Should Do More
Poll Shows Strong Support for Phosphorus Management Tool State-Wide, Including
Among Eastern Shore Voters and Agricultural Families
(Annapolis, MD) - Voters across Maryland strongly support legislation moving

FAMILIES, SCIENTISTS, LEGISLATORS, RIVERKEEPERS, ADVOCATES RALLY FOR CLEAN WATER

For Immediate Release

February 24, 2015

Widespread support for pollution-reducing legislation shown at Rally asking elected officials “Don’t Backtrack on the Bay”

(ANNAPOLIS, MD)—More than 200 legislators, scientists, environmental advocates and families rallied for clean water today in support of legislation to reduce pollution from poultry manure (SB 257 and HB 381) and to block a repeal

MEDIA STATEMENT ON GOVERNOR HOGAN’S PHOSPHORUS REGULATIONS ANNOUCEMENT

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

February 23, 2015

 

MEDIA STATEMENT ON GOVERNOR HOGAN’S

PHOSPHORUS REGULATIONS ANNOUCEMENT

(Annapolis, MD)– The Maryland Clean Agriculture Coalition released the following statement in response to Governor Hogan’s announcement to introduce new Phosphorus Management Tool regulations:

We’re pleased to see the Hogan Administration acknowledging that phosphorus pollution from manure is a serious problem that must

EIGHTY-SEVEN PERCENT OF MARYLANDERS WANT UPDATED PUBLIC INFORMATION ACT

For Immediate Release

February 19, 2015

 

Contacts:

Jennifer Bevan-Dangel, Common Cause Maryland, 410-303-7954

Heather Iliff, Maryland Association of Nonprofit Organizations 443-438-2348

Karla Raettig, Maryland League of Conservation Voters 202-674-3174

Eighty-seven percent of Marylanders want updated Public Information Act

Voters support legislation to address fees, oversight and exemptions

(Annapolis, MD) – Marylanders overwhelmingly support updating the law that governs how and when government

NEW LEGISLATION WOULD IMPROVE OVERSIGHT AND CLOSE LOOPHOLES IN PUBLIC INFORMATION ACT LAW

Contacts: Senator Jamie Raskin, District 20, 410-841-3634
Delegate Bonnie Cullison, District 19, 410-841-3883
Jennifer Bevan-Dangel, Common Cause Maryland, 410-303-7954
Heather Iliff, Maryland Association of Nonprofit Organizations 443-438-2348
Rebecca Snyder, Maryland, Delaware, DC Press Association 443-768-3281
Tom Pelton, Environmental Integrity Project, 443-510-2574

NEW LEGISLATION WOULD IMPROVE OVERSIGHT AND CLOSE LOOPHOLES IN PUBLIC INFORMATION ACT LAW
Senator Raskin, Delegate Cullison Propose First Major

MCAC STATEMENT PMT REGULATIONS PULLED

MEDIA STATEMENT ON REPORTS OF GOVERNOR HOGAN
STOPPING LONG-DELAYED PHOSPHORUS RULES
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 21, 2015

Contact: Dawn Stoltzfus, The Hatcher Group, (410) 562-5655 cell
MEDIA STATEMENT ON REPORTS OF GOVERNOR HOGAN
STOPPING LONG-DELAYED PHOSPHORUS RULES
Coalition Says Governor’s First Act on Bay Worrisome
(Annapolis, MD) – The Maryland Clean Agriculture Coalition released the following statement in response to reports that