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Maryland League of Conservation Voters Endorses Elly Tierney in Ward 1

For Immediate Release                                                                                 October 17, 2017

Contact: Bob Gallagher, Co-chair
Maryland League of Conservation Voters
Anne Arundel Chapter Steering Committee
410.263.2417

Maryland League of Conservation Voters Endorses Elly Tierney in Ward 1

(Annapolis, MD)  Today, the Anne Arundel Chapter of the Maryland League of Conservation Voters (Maryland LCV) announced its endorsement of Elly Tierney to represent Ward One on the Annapolis City Council.  Elly Tierney has years of experience as a corporate executive, small business owner, civic activist and leader. She will work for consensus and practical solutions to flooding, sustainability, over-development, housing and other quality of life issues.

Tierney joins a slate of candidates Maryland LCV is backing in the city’s November 7th elections that also includes Mike Pantelides for Mayor and for City Council:  Kurt Riegel (Ward 2), Marc Rodriguez (Ward 5), Shaneka Henson (Ward 6), Rob Savidge (Ward 7) and Ross Arnett (Ward 8).

“We are pleased to support Elly Tierney and strong team of candidates in Annapolis that are committed to cleaning- up our city’s waterways, conserving its forestland, and ensuring development is responsible, ” said Marcia Verploegen Lewis, who headed the committee that conducted the endorsement process.  “Each understands that protecting the environment and our quality of life go hand-in-hand.”

“This election affords a unique opportunity to make a healthy environment and sustainable growth priorities for the city.”    We encourage everyone who cares about conservation to go to the polls and vote on Tuesday, November 7.”

The endorsements represent the first time that the Maryland LCV has been engaged in City of Annapolis elections.

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For almost 40 years, the non-partisan Maryland League of Conservation Voters has served as the political voice of the environment. We advocate for sound conservation policies, promote environmentally responsible candidates, and hold individual elected officials accountable through our scorecards and reports.

By |2019-12-07T13:09:32-05:00October 18th, 2017|Categories: Press|0 Comments

Maryland League of Conservation Voters Announces 2017 Awardees for the Environmental Leadership Awards Dinner

For Immediate Release                       

Contact:  Karla Raettig, MDLCV Executive Director

202-674-3174 (c)  kraettig@mdlcv.org

April 27, 2017                                                             

Maryland League of Conservation Voters Announces 2017 Awardees for the Environmental Leadership Awards Dinner

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland – In preparation for the largest environmental event of the year,  Maryland League of Conservation Voters (Maryland LCV) announced the awardees for the 2017 Environmental Leadership Awards Dinner. Maryland LCV bestows the Chesapeake Champion Award to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, awards the Legislator of the Year Award to House Chair of the Environment and Transportation committee, Delegate Kumar Barve, and the John V. Kabler Memorial Award to the 2016 Prince George’s County Promotores Class.

Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) is the largest independent conservation organization dedicated solely to saving the Chesapeake Bay. Serving as a watchdog, they fight for effective, science-based solutions to the pollution degrading the Chesapeake Bay and its rivers and streams. Their motto, “Save the Bay,” is a regional rallying cry for pollution reduction throughout the Chesapeake’s six-state, 64,000-square-mile watershed, which is home to more than 17 million people and 3,000 species of plants and animals. As CBF celebrates their 50th anniversary we thank them for their commitment to Maryland’s environment and we are pleased to present them with the Chesapeake Champion Award.

Delegate Kumar Barve has championed many environmental issues over the years that have helped protect Maryland’s air, land, water and people. This year, he is receiving our Legislator of the Year award for his work passing legislation to permanently ban hydraulic fracturing (fracking) in Maryland.  While this was certainly the highest profile environmental victory this year, as Chairman of the Environment and Transportation Committee, he has helped guide many successful campaigns this year- from protecting pollinator habitats, to advancing the cause of clean energy, to ensuring sustainable oyster fisheries.

Chispa Maryland’s 2016 Class of Environmental Justice and Action Promotores are 13 women who were selected to participate in Chispa Maryland’s highest volunteer program. Chispa’s Environmental Justice and Action Promotores elevates Latino leaders and offers training on grassroots organizing within our own communities while building relationships of respect and dignity with members of the community. Since their graduation, these 13 leaders have been working to bring environmental issues, education and activism to fellow Latinos and people of color in schools, churches, community centers, parks, and around our county.

“It was a banner year for the environment in the 2017 Legislative session, thanks to the leadership of Chairman Kumar Barve. We are honored to award him Legislator of the Year for his passionate defense of the environment and his work to ban the dangerous practice of fracking,” Karla Raettig, Maryland League of Conservation Voters Executive Director.

Please follow us on twitter @MDLCV and the hashtag #GreenAwardsMD to follow along during the event.

John V. Kabler Memorial Award

Established in 2001, the John V. Kabler Memorial Award honors the vision and accomplishments of John V. Kabler (1942-1996). Motivated to act on behalf of the environment in the wake of the Three Mile Island crisis in the late 1970s, Kabler inspired his environmental colleagues to become active in political campaigns. Together these leaders founded the Maryland LCV in 1979. Until his death in 1996, Kabler was a key leader of the Maryland conservation movement. Past recipients of the John V. Kabler Memorial Award include Governors Parris Glendening and Harry Hughes, U.S. Senators Barbara Mikulski, Joseph Tydings and Paul Sarbanes, U.S. Representatives Wayne Gilchrest and Chris Van Hollen, Maryland State Senator Brian Frosh, EPA Administrator Russell Train, the Chesapeake Waterkeepers, former Maryland DNR Secretary John Griffin, 1000 Friends Executive Director, Dru Schmidt-Perkins, Maryland LCV Founders Nancy Davis and Ajax Eastman, Adam Ortiz, and the Central Maryland Beekeepers.

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By |2019-12-07T13:01:43-05:00April 27th, 2017|Categories: Press|0 Comments

MARYLAND LEAGUE OF CONSERVATION VOTERS AND PARTNERS GAIN TRACTION IN 2017 MARYLAND GENERAL ASSEMBLY SESSION

IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                  
April 10, 2017                                                                       

Contact: Karla Raettig, 202-674-3174 (c)
Email: kraettig@mdlcv.org
                                                   

MARYLAND LEAGUE OF CONSERVATION VOTERS AND PARTNERS GAIN TRACTION IN 2017 MARYLAND GENERAL ASSEMBLY SESSION

Maryland’s Environment Had A Banner Year

Annapolis, MD – The Maryland General Assembly closed the 2017 session with powerful affirmations of the importance of protecting Maryland’s people and environment.  Maryland gained national acclaim by banning hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”), as well as limiting the over-use of antibiotics in agriculture.

The legislature opened its Session by overriding Governor Hogan’s veto of the Clean Energy Jobs Act, and then renewed its commitment to the clean energy economy through several other successful legislative efforts. The legislature reinforced our state’s protection of pollinators from dangerous pesticides. Many of these legislative victories included bipartisan support, demonstrating that in a state that values the environment as well as the economy, the environment can bridge the partisan divide.

Maryland LCV is disappointed that the House failed to pass a task force to examine the Forest Conservation Act and how to best protect our State’s tree canopy, but will look forward to working with the with the House legislators assigned to examine this issue. Similarly, there is hope that a workgroup exploring concerns of plastics in our waste stream will set the stage for landmark trash-reduction legislation next year.

“Every successful enterprise in Annapolis relies on a partnership of legislators and advocates – both the advocates in the halls of the General Assembly, and engaged citizens. The rise of local action groups in the last several months made a tangible difference in our ability to pass strong environmental legislation,” said Karla Raettig, Executive Director of Maryland LCV. “Your calls and e-mails joined with hundreds (sometimes thousands) of voices from every corner of the state in support of strong protection for people, land, water, and air.”

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The Maryland League of Conservation Voters (Maryland LCV) is a state-wide, nonpartisan organization that uses political action and education to protect our air, land and water. Maryland LCV endorses and elects pro-conservation candidates and holds elected officials accountable through legislative scorecards. A leading legislative watchdog in Annapolis, we have advocated for smart environmental policies for almost 40 years, working to make Maryland a healthy and prosperous place for families and communities. Maryland LCV protects public health by fighting for restoration of the Chesapeake Bay and local waters, preserving green spaces, promoting smarter growth and increasing Maryland’s investment in clean energy.

By |2019-12-07T13:19:30-05:00April 10th, 2017|Categories: Press|0 Comments

MARYLAND LEAGUE OF CONSERVATION VOTERS’ EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR KARLA RAETTIG: STATEMENT ON THE FRACKING BAN VICTORY IN THE MARYLAND GENERAL ASSEMBLY

IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                           

March 27, 2017

For more information contact:

Karla Raettig, 202-674-3174 (c) kraettig@mdlcv.org                                                                                    

MARYLAND LEAGUE OF CONSERVATION VOTERS’ EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR KARLA RAETTIG:

STATEMENT ON THE FRACKING BAN VICTORY IN THE MARYLAND GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Annapolis, MD- Today, the Maryland League of Conservation Voters is honored to stand with the Don’t Frack Maryland coalition in celebration of the passage of the Fracking Ban through the Senate chamber with a bipartisan vote of 35-10.

After the March 10th house vote, and with the Governor’s recent stance on supporting a full ban of the practice of hydraulic fracturing in Maryland, this cements the protection of all Marylanders against this dangerous practice.

When we began working on this issue seven years ago, we knew this would be an uphill battle. Over the years since passing the moratorium in 2015, the science and policy are now in alignment to protect all Marylanders from fracking. This resulted from the enormous grassroots efforts of the Don’t Frack Maryland coalition and our legislative leaders, Chairman Kumar Barve, Delegate David Fraser-Hidalgo, Delegate Shane Robinson, Chairwoman Joan Carter-Conway, Senator Bobby Zirkin, Senator Paul Pinsky, Senator Roger Manno, and others in championing this cause and blazing a trail for our neighboring states.

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By |2019-12-07T13:19:00-05:00March 27th, 2017|Categories: Press|0 Comments

MARYLAND LEAGUE OF CONSERVATION VOTERS’ EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR KARLA RAETTIG: STATEMENT ON GOVERNOR HOGAN’S SUPPORT OF THE FRACKING BAN

IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                           

March 17, 2017

For more information contact:

Karla Raettig, 202-674-3174 (c) kraettig@mdlcv.org                                                                                    

MARYLAND LEAGUE OF CONSERVATION VOTERS’ EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR KARLA RAETTIG:

STATEMENT ON GOVERNOR HOGAN’S SUPPORT OF THE FRACKING BAN

Annapolis, MD- Today, the Maryland League of Conservation Voters commends the Governor’s recent stance on supporting a full ban of the practice of hydraulic fracturing in Maryland. He joins the bi-partisan effort of a ban after the Maryland House of Delegates passed the legislation with overwhelming support.

We also want to recognize the tireless efforts of our legislators in the Maryland General Assembly, Chairman Kumar Barve, Delegate Shane Robinson, Delegate David Fraser-Hidalgo, Senator Bobby Zirkin and Chairwoman Joan Carter-Conway for their support of this bill.  This action would not have happened without the dedication and work of thousands of advocates from more than 140 organizations across the State.

We look forward to working with the Governor and General Assembly to protect Maryland from this dangerous practice for the good of all Marylanders and the planet.

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www.mdlcv.org

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CHISPA MARYLAND HOLDS FIRST CHISPA ADVOCACY DAY IN ANNAPOLIS

IMMEDIATE RELEASE                          

March 7, 2017                                                

For more information contact:
Ramon Palencia-Calvo, 202-531-5091
rpcalvo@mdlcv.org                                                                                                           

CHISPA MARYLAND HOLDS FIRST CHISPA ADVOCACY DAY IN ANNAPOLIS 

Annapolis, MD – Chispa Maryland, a program within the Maryland League of Conservation Voters Education Fund, held the first ever Chispa Advocacy Day. Supporters within the organization visited the Maryland General Assembly and the Latino Legislative Caucus.

Accompanied by 25 students from Northwestern High School, Chispa Director Ramon Palencia Calvo took them to the state house, a tour of Annapolis, and they met with their legislators representing them in Annapolis.

“By introducing these students to Annapolis at a young age, we hope to spark interest in local government and the power that people have to influence their world, in the true meaning of Chispa,” said the Director of Chispa Maryland, Ramon Palencia Calvo.

The students met with Delegate Joseline A. Pena-Melnyk, Delegate David Fraser-Hidalgo, Delegate Maricé I. Morales, Delegate Carlo Sanchez, and Senator Victor R. Ramirezto advocate for a Styrofoam ban, air pollution related to diesel trucks in their neighborhood, and climate change.

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Chispa Maryland is a program within the Maryland League of Conservation Voters Education Fund (Maryland LCV Ed Fund). Maryland LCV Ed Fund protects public health by fighting for restoration of the Chesapeake Bay and local waters, preserving green spaces, promoting smarter growth, and increasing Maryland’s investment in clean energy.

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Maryland LCV Announces Delegation Scores from LCV’s 2016 National Environmental Scorecard

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Thursday, February 23, 2017
Contact: Karla Raettig, 202-674-3174 (c) kraettig@mdlcv.org

Maryland LCV Announces Delegation Scores from LCV’s 2016 National Environmental Scorecard

**Full Scorecard available inEnglish and Spanish here**

Annapolis, MD–Maryland LCV today unveiled scores for the Maryland delegation released this morning as part of the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) 2016 National Environmental Scorecard. The Scorecard includes 17 votes in the Senate votes and 38 House votes, which sets a new record for the most votes scored in the House and reflects that, under Speaker Paul Ryan, the U.S. House remains the most anti-environmental in history. This is in direct contrast to President Obama who led the way on combating climate change and protecting our environment. The Scorecard is available in both English and Spanish at scorecard.lcv.org.

“Once again, too many members of Congress were complicit in extreme attacks on many of our cornerstone environmental laws that protect our air, water, wildlife and public lands,”  Maryland LCV’s Executive Director, Karla Raettig. “Fortunately, our Congressional delegation, with the exception of Congressman Andy Harris, consistently opposed these polluter-driven attacks, fighting for the health of Marylanders, our environment, and our future.”

The 2016 Scorecard scores votes cast during the second session of the 114th Congress. It includes 38 House votes, setting a new record for the most votes scored in the House and reflecting that, under Speaker Paul Ryan, the U.S. House remains the most anti-environmental in history. The average House Republican score for 2016 was five percent, while the average House Democrat score was ninety-four percent.

The good news is that the number of environmental champions in Congress continues to grow, and they are becoming more vocal and effective than ever before. Our environmental allies stood up for our clean air and water, public lands, climate science, wildlife, and more. They fought for the health of our families and voted against the interests of Big Polluters. Thanks to President Obama and our environmental champions in Congress fought off the seemingly endless parade of attacks on our environmental protections from the Republican-led Congress.

The 2016 Scorecard is being released at a time when attacks on the environment are already coming fast and furious from both the Trump administration and the Republican-led Congress.  While the attacks contained in the 2016 Scorecard were largely prevented from becoming law thanks to opposition in the Senate and President Obama’s veto pen, those attacks serve as a preview of what’s at stake now that polluters have an ally in the White House who can be expected to sign these anti-environmental pieces of legislation should they reach his desk.  Indeed, both houses of Congress have already passed a resolution eliminating the Stream Protection Rule using the radical Congressional Review Act (CRA) legislative tool, and the House has passed a similar measure voiding the Bureau of Land Management’s Methane and Waste Reduction Rule—both of which are the subject of votes in the 2016 Scorecard.

In Maryland, seven House members and both Senators earned a score of 80 percent or greater on the 2015 Scorecard. The average House score in 2016 for Maryland was 85.25 percent and the average Senate score was 97 percent.

“In the final year of the Obama administration, the Republican leadership in Congress continued its relentless assault on both bedrock environmental protections and recent progress even as we experienced the hottest year on record – for the third year in a row – and world leaders came together on Earth Day to sign the historic climate agreement reached in Paris,” said LCV President Gene Karpinski. “Fortunately, President Obama and our allies in Congress beat back the vast majority of these attacks and stood up for the health of our families, communities of color on the frontlines of climate change, and the international consensus to take action on climate.”

Maryland

1

Harris

R

0

2

Ruppersberger

D

95

3

Sarbanes

D

100

4

Edwards

D

95

5

Hoyer

D

92

6

Delaney

D

100

7

Cummings

D

100

8

Van Hollen

D

100

Maryland

 Senator Cardin

D

100

 Senator Mikulski

D

94

For over 40 years, the National Environmental Scorecard issued by LCV has been the nationally accepted yardstick used to rate members of Congress on environmental, public health, and energy issues. For more information, visit http://scorecard.lcv.org.

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MARYLAND LEAGUE OF CONSERVATION VOTERS’ EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR KARLA RAETTIG: STATEMENT ON THE PASSAGE OF THE CLEAN ENERGY JOBS ACT

For more information contact:

Karla Raettig, 202-674-3174 (c) kraettig@mdlcv.org                                                                                    

MARYLAND LEAGUE OF CONSERVATION VOTERS’ EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR KARLA RAETTIG:

STATEMENT ON THE PASSAGE OF THE CLEAN ENERGY JOBS ACT

Today we at the Maryland League of Conservation Voters celebrate an early victory this session with one of our major climate bills, The Clean Energy Jobs Act, passing out of the Maryland General Assembly today, despite Governor Hogan’s veto of the bill last session.

We applaud the General Assembly for standing up for Maryland’s clean energy economy and increasing our state’s renewable energy. This bill continues Maryland’s leadership on combatting climate change and reflects what we all know; Maryland voters want action on climate.

We can no longer depend on the national administration to take action against climate change, and action at the state level is more important than ever. We are enthused to have a General Assembly taking up the reins of leadership on climate change.

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By |2019-12-07T13:28:36-05:00February 2nd, 2017|Categories: Press|0 Comments

2017 Maryland Environmental Legislative Summit

For Immediate Release:
January 26, 2017

Contact:  Kristen Harbeson, Maryland LCV
410-280-9855 x202
kharbeson@mdlcv.org

2017 Maryland Environmental Legislative Summit

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Leana Wen, Commissioner of Health for the City of Baltimore

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland – Maryland Environmental Community hosted the Annual Environmental Legislative Summit today in the Miller Senate Office Building to discuss the 2017 environmental priorities.

“How long and how well we live depends more on our zip code than our genetic code. Taking care of our health also means safeguarding the food we eat, the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the environment around us. We must strive for environmental justice in order to protect the health and well-being of all Marylanders.” The keynote speaker, Dr. Leana Wen, Commissioner of Health for the City of Baltimore.

This year’s environmental legislative priorities include:

  • Veto override of Clean Energy Jobs ActIn 2016, the Clean Energy Jobs Act (SB 921/ HB 1106) was approved by the General Assembly with a veto-proof margin. Governor Hogan later vetoed the bill. During this year’s session, the Maryland Climate Coalition and statewide environmental community intend to override the Governor’s veto and ensure an increase Maryland’s Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard (RPS) requirement to 25% by 2020 from the current goal of 20% renewable energy by 2022.
  • Fracking BanThis legislation will formally ban the process of hydraulic fracturing, (Fracking) in the State of Maryland. Fracking results in toxic air and water pollution, as well as numerous health issues and emerging science has even linked the practice to increased localized seismic activity, including earthquakes. The existing moratorium on fracking in the State expires on October 1, 2017. This legislation will permanently protect the citizens and environment of Maryland from this dangerous practice.
  • Clean Septic SystemsSeptic systems contribute in excess of 3 million pounds of nitrogen per year to the Chesapeake Bay.  Traditional septic systems do not remove nitrogen from their waste streams. Since 2012, all new septic systems installed in Maryland have been required to use Best Available Technology (BAT) to remove nitrogen and preserve the health of our waterways. In the fall of 2016 the Hogan administration repealed this regulatory requirement in response to pressure from the development community. This legislation seeks to codify the requirement for BAT in septic systems by statute, and preserve the progress begun by the 2012 regulations.
  • Keep Antibiotics Working Bill of 2017—Antibiotic resistance is increasing due to routine application of antibiotics to food-producing animals in order help them gain weight or to compensate for unsanitary living conditions. This vital legislation will remove human antibiotics from industrial agriculture and limit their use to treatment of sick animals. Without swift action to curb routine application of antibiotics, health care providers could lose antibiotics as a life-saving tool. 

Please follow #MDEnviroSummit on social media.

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By |2019-12-07T13:20:27-05:00January 26th, 2017|Categories: Press|0 Comments

GOVERNOR HOGAN EARNS “NEEDS IMPROVEMENT” SCORE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RECORD

IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                  

For more information contact:

Karla Raettig, 202-674-3174 (c)
kraettig@mdlcv.org

January 24, 2017      

GOVERNOR HOGAN EARNS “NEEDS IMPROVEMENT” SCORE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RECORD 

Maryland League of Conservation Voters Releases Report Card for Governor’s First Two Years in Office  

Annapolis, MD – The Maryland League of Conservation Voters (Maryland LCV) gives Governor Hogan a mark of “Needs Improvement” on his first environmental report card, released today, noting that the Governor’s actions don’t always match his words when it comes to prioritizing the environment and public health. But the group notes that, 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.  

“This report card reflects both Governor Hogan’s strengths and opportunities for improvement over the last two years,” said Karla Raettig, Maryland LCV Executive Director. “We hope the Governor’s office will work with us to us to live up to his promise to be an environmental champion who uses Maryland’s extraordinary natural resources to promote a healthy economy and improved lives for all Marylanders, regardless of income, demographic profile, or zip code.”

The report card notes that Governor Hogan’s actions do not always support the strong pro-environment statements he has made since the beginning of his term, and goes on to say: “Lofty aspirational goals of bipartisan cooperation and promoting a healthy Chesapeake Bay as ‘key to a strong economy and high quality of life—for all Marylanders’ as a top priority is admirable, but requires an equal commitment to maintaining strong regulatory protection and enforcement against bad actors.”

“We want to encourage both Governor Hogan’s actions and words when it comes to protecting our air, land, water and people,” said Ed Hatcher, Chair of Maryland LCV Board. “With a new federal administration that threatens to undermine environmental protections, state-level action becomes more important than ever. We need our Governor to assume greater leadership on climate change, protecting public health and conserving our natural resources.”

In the report, Maryland LCV praises Governor Hogan for his commitment to land conservation, signing the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Act into law and open government and secretarial appointments. Maryland LCV gave low marks for the Governor’s veto of the 2016 Clean Energy Jobs Act, regulatory rollbacks and canceling the Red Line for Baltimore City.

After consultation with conservation leaders across the state, Maryland LCV Board of Directors and staff prepared the 2017 Governor’s Report Card. Maryland LCV awarded the Governor an overall grade for his performance on the environment based on a number of separately graded categories, which contain a number of detailed issues intended to be representative of the Hogan Administration’s commitment and actions on environmental issues.

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

Go to www.mdlcv.org/ for past report cards and follow #HoganGreenReport on social media.

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The Maryland League of Conservation Voters (Maryland LCV) is a state-wide, nonpartisan organization that uses political action and education to protect our air, land and water. Maryland LCV endorses and elects pro-conservation candidates and holds elected officials accountable through legislative scorecards. A leading legislative watchdog in Annapolis, we have advocated for smart environmental policies for almost 40 years, working to make Maryland a healthy and prosperous place for families and communities. Maryland LCV protects public health by fighting for restoration of the Chesapeake Bay and local waters, preserving green spaces, promoting smarter growth and increasing Maryland’s investment in clean energy.

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