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Discussion on the Chesapeake Bay watershed clean-up efforts

States in the Chesapeake Bay watershed are struggling to meet federal clean water guidelines.

By Fred Vigeant

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Report: Pennsylvania falls behind in Chesapeake Bay cleanup

Pennsylvania is not on track in lowering nitrogen pollution, which comes from manure and fertilizers that flow off farms.
By The Associated Press

Report finds poultry farming sends more pollution to Chesapeake Bay than previously thought

The Environmental Integrity Project’s analysis estimates that about 1 million more pounds of nitrogen pollution are entering the Chesapeake Bay each year from the poultry industry than state and federal cleanup programs estimate.  

By Rachel McDevitt

Driller Cabot Oil and Gas pulls out of talks in $5M suit against Dimock man

Houston-based Cabot Oil & Gas Corp. sued Dimock resident Ray Kemble and his former lawyers in 2017, claiming they tried to extort the company through frivolous litigation.

By Michael Rubinkam/Associated Press
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