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03/27/2012

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Adocates for a clean Chesapeake Bay are urged to turn out for a rally tomorrow morning (Wednesday, March 28) at 9 a.m. at the Maryland State House, Lawyer's Mall, 100 State Circle in Annapolis. Bring signs, photos of the Bay, and loud voices!

the history and background of the Clean Water Act, including an overview of the political dynamics leading up to the proposal of this pivotal piece of legislation;

current threats to the legislation as well as additional work that is needed to continue to advance water quality and conservation efforts; and,

the significant water quality and conservation successes that have resulted from the passage of the Clean Water Act;

the legacy and international impact of the Clean Water Act, including its role as a catalyst in establishing a generation of environmentalists, as well as its influence in shaping global water policy and international standards.

We would like to invite you to a panel discussion on the 40th Anniversary of the Clean Water Act on September 13, moderated by Alexandra Cousteau and the Rally for Clean Water at Georgetown Waterfront Park on September 15, we hope you can attend one or both events.

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