Article courtesy of Scott Dance | October 19, 2016 | The Baltimore-Sun | Shared as educational material.
Maryland and an area environmental coalition are arguing over the controversial decision to cut the rain tax. As the governor of Maryland put it, ” the state does not need to impose yet another burdensome tax on homeowners and job creators in order to successfully manage stormwater runoff”. On the other hand, many environmental coalitions claim that the rain tax is instrumental in limiting pollution runoff into the Chesapeake Pay. Read more about the debate here: http://bsun.md/2vtXsSK