In addition to the Midwest and East Coast, the rusty patched bumble bee was also common in many parts of Canada. (U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)

Feds Lay Out Recovery Plan for Endangered Bumble Bee

By: Mike Moen, Public News Service (republished) MADISON, Wis. — A certain kind of bumblebee that once thrived in the

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Controlling nutrient pollution from livestock and fertilizer remains the biggest challenge for the Chesapeake Bay cleanup. Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia will all be challenged to meet their goals, but the large shortfall in Pennsylvania's cleanup plan has led to rising tensions. (Dave Harp)

EPA assurance fails to mollify concerns over PA cleanup

By: Karl Blankenship, BayJournal.com (republished) U.S. Environmental Protection Agency officials on Friday asserted their intent to achieve Chesapeake Bay cleanup

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Governor Hogan Urges Federal Officials to Lift Cap on H-2B Visas to Help Seafood Industry and Seasonal Employers

Failure to Act Would Threaten Maryland’s $355 Million Seafood Industry and Supply Chain; Governor Renews Call for Long-Term, Permanent Fix

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Attorney General Frosh Joins Multistate Coalition Fighting to Halt Immigration Arrests at State Courthouses

14 Attorneys General File Amicus Brief Supporting Lawsuit Against DHS, ICE, and CBP News Release, Office of the Maryland Attorney

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Traffic from the outer loop of the Beltway, I-495, left, merges with the traffic from I-270, center, during the evening rush hour on I-495, Thursday, Feb. 19, 2004 in Potomac, Md. As Congressional debate continues on long-overdue highway legislation needed to fund road and bridge improvement projects for the next six years, a new report is sparking added urgency by ranking the nation's worst highway bottlenecks. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Curtailing Telework for Federal Workers will increase traffic and congestion in all likelihood

Federal employees comprise 48% of teleworkers in the Washington DC Metro area

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The Fair Housing Act of 1968 is the federal law that bans discrimination in renting or selling housing. (Adobe Stock)

Could Changes to Fair Housing Rules Weaken Them?

By: Nadia Ramlagan, Public News Service RALEIGH, N.C. – The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is accepting public comments on

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