Residents of Chesapeake Bay region: Local control should trump feds
Nearly three in four residents of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed say state and local government authority over water resources should trump federal authority. When health, safety and environmental regulations are needed, nearly half say they trust state and local governments, compared to only 28 percent who trust the federal government.
Those were two key findings of new Morning Consult polling in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, sponsored by the American Farm Bureau Federation...
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