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Don’t wait for the ballot box: Take a stand for clean energy candidates now

  The elections are really heating up in Maryland. From your local elections to the gubernatorial race, voting this fall is going to be more important than ever. And now, YOU have the opportunity to let your candidates know what you care about most: a clean, healthy, livable future for everyone in Maryland. But, we …

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A Victory in Baltimore! No New Crude Oil Terminals

Last week, Mayor Catherine Pugh signed the Crude Oil Terminal Prohibition and made it official: no new crude oil terminals in Baltimore City! Over three years after launching a fight against a Texas oil company’s proposal for a crude oil terminal in South Baltimore, a strong coalition of residents, advocates, and community leaders has achieved …

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Baby Steps Towards Climate Justice: A recap of the 2018 Virginia General Assembly Session

  From the beginning, this year’s General Assembly session in Virginia felt much different than previous years. Thanks to a historic election and some inspiring activism from climate fighters like you, I left the temporary home of our 140 state representatives at 900 E Main Street feeling hopeful. We didn’t win everything that we wanted …

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Baltimore City Council Passes Historic Bill to #StopOilTrains

Last night, the Baltimore City Council made history by officially passing the Crude Oil Terminal Prohibition (Bill 17-0150) in a sweeping 14-1 vote. This bill will ban new crude oil terminals in the city, protecting our communities from a surge in crude-by-rail shipments, increased air and water and pollution, and climate change. By banning new …

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