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News Release | Safe Energy

Committee Diverts Energy-Efficiency Funding

Budget conference committee members of the Maryland General Assembly agreed to strip funding for energy-efficiency in the state’s budget through 2012.  Instead, the money is being allocated to the state's direct bill pay assistance program to help low-income homes pay their utility bills.

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News Release | Health Care

President Signs Historic Health Care Law

The passage of health reform today is a huge step forward for the country. It happened because 219 members of the House of Representatives stood up to the powerful health insurance industry lobby.

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Senate passes BPA ban in bottles, cups for small children

A bill to ban the chemical bisphenol-A from baby bottles and infants' cups passed its final hurdle in the General Assembly on Thursday.

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Fast track the citizens united bill

Not so long ago, "Citizens United vs. the Federal Elections Commission" was just a pending obscure decision facing the Supreme Court.

But on January 21, with a cataclysmic ruling, what was once only on the minds of a few fretting campaign finance reformers made its way to America's front pages.

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Bill Would Ban Children's Cups Containing BPA

There's a push in Annapolis to ban a toxic chemical that is used in making children's sippy cups and baby bottles.

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