Hogan calls for states to join ‘Maryland accord’

ANNAPOLIS — Republican Gov. Larry Hogan Thursday rejected calls to symbolically adopt a global greenhouse reduction agreement, saying that Maryland's goals are already more stringent and mandatory. Hogan made the comments following a meeting of the Chesapeake Bay Executive Council and less than an hour after environmental groups and Democratic lawmakers rallied outside, calling on him to ...

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