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Md. high court weighs MDE regulation of ammonia to protect the bay

The Maryland Department of the Environment invalidly declined to impose emissions standards for ammonia on all Eastern Shore poultry feeding operations, an environmental attorney argued.

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Md. high court will weigh MDE regulation of ammonia to protect the bay

Maryland’s top court will consider if state agency validly rejected a request to impose ammonia emissions standards for feeding operations to protect the bay.

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Baltimore Clean Air Act is invalidated by federal judge

A federal judge has struck down Baltimore’s Clean Air Act, finding the ordinance is preempted by state environmental law. The BCAA, signed into law in March 2019, imposed emissions standards that were intentionally more stringent than state and federal laws. Incinerator ...

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Justices decline to hear Carroll Co.’s stormwater appeal

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday let stand without comment a decision that the Maryland Department of the Environment can impose upon counties stormwater pollution-prevention standards more stringent than those called for under the federal Clean Water Act. The justices ...

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AG files criminal charges against St. Vincent’s Infant Asylum developer

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh filed criminal charges Monday against a developer who demolished the historic St. Vincent’s Infant Asylum buildings in Baltimore without proper permits and notices. An eight-count criminal information filed in Baltimore City Circuit Court alleges that William ...

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MDE alleges closed paper mill is polluting Potomac River

A now-closed paper mill in Western Maryland is accused of polluting the North Branch of the Potomac River by improperly dumping “pulping liquor,” which sparked complaints over the summer. Luke Paper Mill, in Allegany County, manufactured paper products until its ...

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