Lyle Kendrick
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Lyle Kendrick is a University of Maryland master’s student from Charlotte, N.C., covering the environment and Chesapeake Bay for Capital News Service. He attended the University of North Carolina for his undergraduate degree where he wrote for The Daily Tar Heel. He has interned with the American Journalism Review and the Cape Argus, a daily metro in Cape Town, South Africa. You can follow him on Twitter at @tlylekendrick.

January 8, 2014
Anti-Fracking Protesters Await General Assembly Members on Opening Day

More than 75 protesters and members of environmental organizations, such as the Sierra Club and the Chesapeake Climate Action Network, met in front of the State House for an anti-fracking rally on the opening day of the General Assembly.

April 1, 2014
Bill Pushing Back Wind Project Raises Economic, Environment and Security Issues

A bill that would delay a planned wind farm in Somerset County drew opposition from environmental groups, despite support from Democratic lawmakers.

April 2, 2014
Bill Would Increase Maryland Film Production Tax Incentives

A bill would increase the amount of income tax credits to productions like Netflix’ “House of Cards” and HBO’s “Veep.”

January 16, 2014
Delegate Pushes for Statewide Native American Heritage Month

Delegate Peter Murphy, D-Charles, introduced a bill that would make November Native American Heritage Month in Maryland. The month is already recognized at the federal level.

April 10, 2014
Democratic Candidates Push Alternative Energy, Wary of Fracking

Maryland’s Democratic gubernatorial candidates all agree that alternative energy resources are important for growing a sustainable economy. However, many of the Republican candidates question its cost.