Governor Reports Through the Years

Today we at Maryland League of Conservation Voters (Maryland LCV) give Governor Hogan a mark of “Needs Improvement” on his first environmental report card, noting that the Governor’s actions don’t always match his words when it comes to prioritizing the environment and public health. With a new President who has promised to rollback federal protections and nominated an environmental cabinet that denies climate change, the organization looks to Governor Hogan to show that conservation is not a partisan concern and that supporting public health and protecting natural treasures are good for business.

Here is the 2017 Governor's Report Card   and a copy of the press release

LARRY HOGAN’S OVERALL GRADE: Needs Improvement

ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE: Needs Improvement

TRANSPORTATION: Needs Improvement

ADMINISTRATION AND APPOINTMENTS: Mixed

LAND PRESERVATION AND OPEN SPACE: Excellent

WATER QUALITY: Needs Improvement

DEMOCRACY: Mixed

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And the report cards through the years:

2011 Governor Martin O'Malley

2008 Governor Martin O'Malley

2006 Governor Robert Ehrlich

2001 Governor Parris Glendening

1997 Governor Parris Glendening

 

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