Green agenda seen as stalling

by Julie Walsh on March 25, 2008

All was going green last year in the Maryland legislature, with environmentalists winning easy approval of many of their long-awaited priorities. But the story is different this year. A plan to address global warming by slashing carbon emissions has been weakened. Tougher rules governing waterside development have been modified. And a bill to postpone a deadline for requiring lower phosphates in dishwashing detergent is headed toward approval.

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