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ToxFAQs

Department of Health and Human Services: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease.

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Maryland PIRG 2015 Legislative Agenda

Our priorities and positions for the 2015 legistlative session. If you have questions about our stance on a bill please do not hesitate to contact us.

Combined Reporting Fact Sheet

Many large multi-state corporations slash or eliminate the taxes they pay to Maryland through accounting strategies that take advantage of weaknesses in our tax law. Combined reporting is one method of closing these loopholes- this fact sheet explains how this reform works.

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Resource Guide: 'Green' Cleaning Options for Baltimore

Our store survey found that half of Baltimore stores sell certified non-toxic cleaning products. These stores are mostly located in northern and southern parts of the city, leaving east and west Baltimore with limited options.

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OUTSIDE SPENDING, OUTSIZED INFLUENCE

The 2012 elections were by far the most expensive in history thanks primarily to the tidal wave of outside, special interest money triggered by the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision. The federal Senate and House races in Maryland, where outside groups spent nearly $350,000, were no exception.

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