State of Maryland Archives: on Environment

Arvin Vohra: Our biggest polluter is the American Government

When we increase protections for private property rights and sell all government-owned land, we help protect the environment, endangered species, and all industries dependent on the land or water. We enable the people who care the most about every square inch of this country to own them and make the best decisions possible. We also ensure that regulations and enforcement of those decisions will be effectively executed. I want to protect America from the biggest polluter: the government.
Source: 2018 Maryland Senate campaign website Dec 12, 2017

Maya Cummings: Environmental protection a priority

Protect our natural environment so that we can sustain our precious ecosystem and ensure the vitality of the Chesapeake Bay.
Source: 2018 Maryland Gubernatorial website Oct 15, 2017

Alec Ross: Ready to confront major polluters

The Chesapeake Bay is one of Ross's big-ticket issues, and he considers himself "pretty far left" on environmental issues, despite having grown up in what he called "coal country." Those who say stopping the runoff from farms-- major sources of pollution--would be bad for economic development are wrong, he said. The Chesapeake Bay is better for the environment and could allow other industries, including organic farming, to flourish, Ross added.
Source: The Diamondback on 2018 Maryland gubernatorial race Sep 27, 2017

Larry Hogan: Reduce nitrogen, phosphorus, and sediment in Chesapeake Bay

We have been leading with bold initiatives to safeguard our environment: