Five clean-water activists were arrested at the Maryland State House yesterday. The five Grandmothers blocked the West entrance to the building in an attempt to get Hogan to stop the construction of a Potomac River pipeline to transport fracked gas through Maryland. The Chesapeake Climate Action Network communications director, Denise Robbins, says Hogan needs to act before Thursday before the State loses the ability to stop the project.
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