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EPA to tighten rules on Chesapeake Bay runoff


September 14, 2009
By Southern Maryland Online

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September 14, 2009,
Annapolis, Md – The Environmental Protection Agency recently announced plans to
curb pollution in the Chesapeake Bay with tighter regulations on urban,
suburban and agricultural runoff and sanctions for states that don't make
sufficient progress.


September 14, 2009,
Annapolis, Md – The Environmental Protection Agency recently announced plans to
curb pollution in the Chesapeake Bay with tighter regulations on urban,
suburban and agricultural runoff and sanctions for states that don't make
sufficient progress.

EPA administrator Lisa
Jackson said if the six states and the District of Columbia that make up the
Chesapeake Bay watershed don’t reduce pollution levels, the EPA will intervene.

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