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Call Mayor Pugh today: sign the Crude Oil Terminal Prohibition!

Thanks to phone calls, emails, meetings, and work by Baltimore activists and residents over the past three years, Baltimore is poised to become the first major port city on the East Coast to take a

Capitol Dome in Annapolis, view of the Bay. Photo credit: Sean Pavone / Shutterstock

Our Priorities for the 2018 Maryland Legislative Session

We are gearing up for another legislative session in Maryland. Here are our priorities for the 2018 legislative session in Annapolis. Thanks to Clean Water members and actiivists, in 2017, we successfully passed the Keeping Antibiotics Effective Act and phased out the use of lead wheel weights and mercury switches and relays. We need to keep this momentum moving forward. Make sure you are signed up to receive Clean Water Emails! Throughout Session we will be sending action alerts and updates on how these bills (and others that spring up) are moving through the lawmaking process and we'll need you to join us to win for our water and communities. 

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The People’s Climate March in Baltimore

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Maryland's Legislative Update: Crossover is Coming

March 15, 2018

An important date is coming up on Monday in Maryland’s legislative session: crossover! At crossover, bills have to pass through one of the chambers and make it over to the other chamber.

Fighting crude oil terminals in Baltimore

February 16, 2018

On Wednesday, February 21, the Baltimore City Council's Land Use and Transportation Committee will hold a hearing on the Crude Oil Terminal Prohibition: Baltimore's best chance for preventing a dea

The fight for a foam-free Baltimore

February 16, 2018

This week, a bill to ban styrofoam food packages was approved by Baltimore City's Housing and Urban Affairs Committee.  Thanks to incredible organizing by the student-led group