Hogan Chairs Chesapeake Council, Signs Resolution Calling for Funding

As reported by the Associated Press and published by US News & World Report,

Leaders of states in the Chesapeake Bay watershed have signed a resolution calling for continued federal support of the nation’s largest estuary.

The Chesapeake Executive Council signed the resolution Thursday. The council also elected Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan as its new chairman.

Hogan, a Republican, says he will remain committed to protecting the bay.

For more, see Chesapeake Bay Watershed States Call for Federal Support from US News & World Report.