Mid-Atlantic (DC DE MD PA VA WV)

June 2, 2009

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Maryland's GOP Gov. Hogan Vetoes Renewable Energy Bill

"Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan vetoed a bill Friday that would have required the state’s electricity suppliers to get more power from renewable sources, but allowed two other environmental bills — one restricting pesticide use and another requiring a study of oyster harvests — to become law without his signature."

Source: Bay Journal, 05/31/2016

PA: "State Drops Nearly $9 Million Fine Against Range Resources"

"Pennsylvania environmental regulators have, for now, dropped their pursuit of a nearly $9 million fine against Range Resources-Appalachia LLC after the two sides reached an agreement over a Lycoming County gas well that regulators said leaked methane into drinking water supplies and streams."

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 05/24/2016

Sanders and Clinton Court West Virginians Hit Hard by Coal’s Decline

"With West Virginia’s economy battered by a coal industry in free fall, Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont is hoping that a strong showing in this state’s Democratic primary on Tuesday will keep him a force in the party’s politics by showing that his message still resonates, even though his rival, Hillary Clinton, has an almost insurmountable lead in delegates."

Source: NY Times, 05/10/2016

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