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From WTOP: Razing Ellicott City Buildings Could Be ‘Counterproductive,’ Ball Says

As part of Maryland Matters' content sharing agreement with WTOP Radio, we feature this article from Neal Augenstein.The newly elected county executive of Howard County said...

This Veterans Day, Time to Reflect on Climate Change

As a Marine, a Maryland resident and a citizen, Veterans Day reminds me to take a moment and reflect on all of the freedoms...

They Blinded Me With Science

What's "the most important science policy issue" in Maryland?You probably have a pretty good idea already, but we thought you'd be interested in what...

Climate Crusader Coming to Town

Bill McKibben, the author and founder of the national climate change group 350.org, is coming to Maryland Saturday to stump for Democratic gubernatorial nominee...

‘Green Prom’ Draws Big Crowd as Election Day Nears

Maryland's “green prom” took place Tuesday night in Annapolis. The Maryland League of Conservation Voters’ annual Awards dinner has grown by leaps and bounds in...

Jerry Brown Dominated Headlines. But Maryland’s Ben Grumbles Made News, Too

Maryland Environment Secretary Benjamin H. Grumbles may not have worn flowers in his hair when he traveled to San Francisco last week, but he...

LCV Scores Show Good, Bad and Ugly of Lawmakers’ Support for Green Issues

By the Maryland League of Conservation Voters’ own estimate, the 2018 General Assembly session “was a complicated year for the environment.” Which undoubtedly made evaluating...

Water Pollution From Pa. May Propel Economic Sanctions Legislation

A recent torrent of pollution flowing into the Chesapeake Bay from upstream in New York and Pennsylvania could give new impetus to legislation in...

Opinion: Calling on All Legislative Candidates to Embrace 100 Percent Renewable Energy

On Aug. 7, our competitor in Baltimore City’s 45th legislative district, Del. Cheryl D. Glenn (D), published an article in Maryland Matters calling for...

A Day of Chesapeake Bay Politics: Plenty of Harmony, Some Discord

The Chesapeake Bay is Maryland’s equivalent to mom, the flag and apple pie: Every politician is for it. And the same sentiment generally prevails...