2 Former Md. Govs., GOP Rep. Oppose EPA Bay Rider

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Two former Maryland governors and a former Republican congressman are among a group of 60 urging defeat of a budget amendment that would strip funding from federal efforts to restore the Chesapeake Bay.

Former governors Harry Hughes and Parris Glendening and former Republican Rep. Wayne Gilchrest signed a letter sent Friday to Rep. Steny Hoyer, urging defeat of a rider on a pending budget bill.

Democrats and Republicans are trying to reach agreement on billions of dollars in spending cuts in a budget compromise to avoid a federal government shutdown. But there’s no visible movement on GOP policy riders attacking Obama’s health care and financial reform laws, cutting taxpayer funds to Planned Parenthood and reversing a host of Obama’s environmental policies.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)


One Comment

  1. sheriffwillie says:

    Gilcrest has credibility, Parris Spendenning (GLENDENNING), has none the lying cheating on his wife & his affair with a woman half his age plus his giveaway B.S.programs & spending was a benchmark for Democrats that has a effect to this day.

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