Advocates rally to override Hogan’s renewable energy veto

ANNAPOLIS — Clean energy advocates rallied in support of an expected effort by the General Assembly to override Gov. Larry Hogan's veto of legislation requiring more solar and wind electricity generation. The bill, which requires that the state generate 25 percent of its electricity using solar and wind technologies, passed in 2016 by veto-proof majorities. The ...

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