11-10-09: The EPA Takes the Plunge

November 9, 2009 at 10:24 pm 1 comment

Listen to the story here.

States in the Chesapeake Bay watershed have a poor record of eliminating pollution in the fragile estuary. The Obama Administration just released a draft plan for the Environmental Protection Agency to hold states accountable for future progress, and Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD) has a new bill that could put more teeth behind the EPA’s plan.

We ask Baltimore Sun environment reporter Tim Wheeler what the EPA’s plan means for the Chesapeake Bay.

“Draft Strategy for Chesapeake Bay Focused on Federal Action and Accountability”
“U.S. to tighten rules for bay cleanup,” Baltimore Sun
“Bill would put law behind Bay cleanup, provide new funding,” Bay Journal

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