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Examiner Local Editorial: 'Rain tax' won't save the Chesapeake

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Maryland's Harford and Cecil counties are balking at being forced to go on a multibillion-dollar mandatory "pollution diet" to clean up the Chesapeake Bay. The reason is that, even as they are being forced to spend billions mitigating relatively tiny amounts of runoff, no one is addressing the main source of Bay pollution, which can at any moment make all their efforts for naught. The Conowingo...

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