by Daniel Divilio
Kent County News
CHESTERTOWN — Environmentalists, members of the agriculture industry, watermen and others interested in the health and future of the Chesapeake Bay attended a forum held by the Maryland Public Policy Institute Tuesday, Oct. 28 at Washington College.
The MPPI is a nonpartisan think tank that seeks to promote public policies “based on principles of free enterprise, limited government, and civil society,” according to its website. The focus of its forum at Washington College was to call into question current state and federal efforts to clean up the Bay…
David Schnare, the former EPA regulator and current director of the Center for Environmental Stewardship at the Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy [and E&E Legal’s General Counsel], gave the first of the evening’s three presentations.