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Cardin Says Power Suppliers Need To Catch Up To Md.

Sen. Ben Cardin says new federal power plant regulations are supported by Maryland energy suppliers and it’s time the rest of the nation’s energy producers catch up.


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DNR Has New Regulations To Prevent Spread Of Deer Disease

Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources has implemented new regulations to help stop the spread of chronic wasting disease in deer.


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Hearing Set On Regulating For-Profit Colleges

A Maryland Senate subcommittee is holding a hearing to discuss legislation that passed this year to regulate for-profit colleges.


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Striped Bass Regulation Changes Coming

Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources says illegal netting of striped bass this past winter is prompting changes in regulations.



EPA Clamps Down On Pollution Spoiling Air Downwind

The Environmental Protection Agency is clamping down on pollution from power plants in 27 states that contributes to unhealthy air downwind.



Watermen Await Md. Crab Regulation Changes

Maryland watermen could hear this week whether crabbing harvest regulations will be changed.


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Mikulski Seeks Stronger Power Reliability Regulations

Maryland Sen. Barbara Mikulski is calling for stronger state power reliability standards.


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Maryland Lawmakers Propose Lawn Fertilizer Regs

Maryland lawmakers are considering new regulations for lawn fertilizer because it harms the Chesapeake Bay if it isn’t applied properly.



Howard County Council Eases Beekeeping Regulations

Lawmakers in a suburban Maryland county voted unanimously to ease regulations on beekeeping, inching closer to ending a three-year squabble over the hobby that has become more popular as agriculturally important bee populations have been afflicted by disease.


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Survey: Marylanders Support Pollution Diet For Bay

A new survey finds nearly three-quarters of Marylanders think government regulation is needed to restore the Chesapeake.


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Garrett County Resumes Quest To Regulate Wind Turbines

A state delegate from western Maryland is reintroducing a bill in the General Assembly to enable Garrett County to regulate wind turbines.


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Howard Co. Considers Easing Beekeeping Regs

A suburban Maryland county is considering easing regulations on beekeeping, a hobby that has become more popular as agriculturally important bee populations have been afflicted by disease.




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