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The state of Maryland is threatening to sue the state of Pennsylvania over failure to comply with pollution statutes.

In 2010 the six states of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed—Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia—agreed on a "pollution diet" known as the Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) to limit the chemicals getting into the water by 2025.

Pennsylvania aimed to reduce its water pollution of nitrogen by 34 million pounds per year, phosphorus by 0.7 million pounds per year and sediment by 531 million pounds per year. So far the state has fallen short of that goal; they were less than 60 percent of the way there by the last assessment in 2018.

most of the Chesapeake Bay is in Maryland, but most of the water comes from Pennsylvania (Susquehanna River).

kind of odd to see two states go after each other in the USA.
that's what we have a Supreme Court for?
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