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A slew of Maryland bills covering law enforcement, social issues, environment, health and transportation will go take effect at the beginning of October.
More than 80 congregations throughout the state are standing behind a multi-faith effort to spread climate change awareness and improve Maryland environmental policy.
Visitors from across the country gathered at the National Mall on Thursday to hear Pope Francis' unprecedented address to a joint session of Congress.
To address the national food distribution and waste problem, organizations across Maryland are taking the initiative and going straight to the source of extra, edible food: supermarkets, farms and colleges.
Baltimore Gas and Electric, Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative, Delmarva Power, Potomac Edison and Pepco all work to fulfill the 2008 Empower Maryland Energy Efficiency Act’s goal to become more energy efficient and decrease electricity demand statewide by 15 percent by 2015.