Easy being green: Candidates embrace clean energy; LCV neutral in primary for governor

More than 250 candidates for state Senate and House seats have embraced the Clean Energy Jobs Act, legislation to boost Maryland's Renewable Portfolio Standard to 50 percent electricity by 2030. The Maryland Clean Energy Jobs Initiative and CCAN Action Fund, the advocacy arm of the Chesapeake Climate Action Network, on Tuesday released the names of 253 candidates who agreed to support the measure when it is introduced in the 2019 General Assembly session. (Md. Matters)

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