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Things are heating up at the Maryland Statehouse, as lawmakers are debating everything from wind power to banning arsenic in the state's poultry industry.
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Things are heating up at the Maryland Statehouse, as lawmakers are debating everything from wind power to banning arsenic in the state's poultry industry.

Saving the environment is always a hot political topic. Right now in Annapolis, Maryland lawmakers are debating everything from wind power to banning arsenic in the state's poultry industry. Environment Reporter Sabri Ben-Achour gives us a look at some of the big issues that will be decided as the session winds down, and explains how these issues will affect residents and businesses in the Old Line State.

[Music: "Then to Annapolis" by Swimming with Ghosts from Mount Airy Lodge]

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