Chris Yoder testifies that socializing the costs of pollution violates conservative values

Chris Yoder testifies before the Maryland Department of the Environment about how relaxing air pollution regulations for Coal fired power plants violates conservative values and economic principles.

Dr. Alfred Bartlett asks MDE to strengthen regulations on coal burning power plants to better protect our health.

Dr. Alfred Bartlett testifies that to adopt revised regulations for coal burning power plants in Maryland would not serve the health of Marylander’s. He asked that the state adopt either implement the more stringent regulations passed earlier, or approve even stronger regulations.

Miranda Kosten testifies to protect children in Maryland from air pollution

Miranda Kosten asks the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) to strenghten their proposed emission regulations for coal burning power plants. Kosten wants to protect children from the air pollution which can make it unsafe for them to play outdoors.

Tricia Sheehan, Mom’s Clean Air Force, talks about how her child and thousands of other children fight for breath because of air pollution

Tricia Sheehan, Mom’s Clean Air Force Eastern Field Director, tells the Maryland Department of the Environment how her children have suffered from air pollution and urged the department to make emission limits more stringent than those they have proposed.

Good News in the Air, Maryland

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Doris Toles, watches as decisions are made on the quality of her air. Toles has been hospitalized when poor air quality in Baltimore left her struggling to breathe. She was attending the Air Quality Control Advisory Council meeting at the … Continued

The Second Battle of Baltimore

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If you think that the only aerial bombardment of Baltimore was by the British navy in 1814, think again. Gaze south of Ft. McHenry a few miles to near where the British ships fired their canons and rockets. O say, … Continued