Summer Sale! Get unlimited digital access for 13 weeks for $13.

Chesapeake Bay Foundation

Bay health essential [Editorial]

Larry Hogan's opposition to proposed farm pollution regulations is welcome news for farmers, but before the governor-elect follows through with his pledge he should take time to learn about the implications and come up with an alternative plan. Hogan told Maryland Farm Bureau members at their annual convention on Monday that he will fight regulations designed to reduce phosphorus running into the bay. According to a Dec. 8 story by Baltimore Sun reporter Timothy Wheeler, Hogan said "The first fight will be against these politically motivated, midnight-hour phosphorus management tool regulations that the outgoing administration is trying to force upon you in these closing days. We...