Legislation aims to close all Md. coal-burning electricity plants

ANNAPOLIS — Coal-burning electricity plants in Maryland could turn out their lights under legislation being considered in the Maryland General Assembly. The bill finds itself competing with other high-profile environmental bills that will count on the same funding sources. Additionally, labor unions say the proposal will cause job losses while also costing local governments needed tax ...

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