The Chesapeake Bay TMDL, often called the “pollution diet,” sets the maximum amount of various pollutants that states and major rivers can send to the Bay and still meet water quality standards. (Dave Harp)

Can the EPA enforce the Chesapeake Bay’s ‘pollution diet’?

By: Karl Blankenship, BayJournal.com Is the Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Load and its cleanup deadline enforceable? The answer is

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Michael Lord, executive director of the Maryland State Ethics Commission, addressed the first meeting of the Maryland Prescription Drug Affordability Board on Monday in Annapolis. (MarylandReporter.com photo by Bryan Renbaum)

State prescription drug board hammers out ethics rules at 1st meeting

By: Bryan Renbaum, Maryland Reporter Annapolis, MD- The first official meeting of the Maryland Prescription Drug Affordability Board kicked off Monday with

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The Charles County Public Schools Winter Guard is made up of students from different high schools. Nate Daetwyler, a La Plata High School senior, and Thomas Stone High School sophomores Faith Meadows and Ximara Mason practice choreography for an upcoming competition.

Charles students form Winter Color Guard

News Release, Charles County Public Schools Waldorf, MD- Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) students come from five high schools to

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Pennsylvania's plan to reduce pollution flowing down the Susquehanna River will not achieve its share of Chesapeake Bay cleanup goals, according the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. (Karl Blankenship)

Hogan ready to sue Pennsylvania, EPA over lagging cleanup effort

By: Karl Blankenship, BayJournal.com Annapolis, MD- Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday called for his state to initiate legal actions

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