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Help is fight for a safer, more sustainable Maryland! 
Despite another record year of extreme weather, we are finally settling into the winter season. And believe it or not, the holidays are just around the corner. That means the season of giving is also upon us.

Meet the class of 2018!
This fall, Maryland Environmental Health Network is pleased to host three student learners: Ayana Jones, Blake Wrigley, and Stephanie Scobey.

Summer Reading for Science & Human Health
Rebecca Rehr, Public Policy & Advocacy Manager

Right to Know: Spending the Day on Capitol Hill Talking about Tampons*
Rebecca Rehr, Public Policy & Advocacy Manager
*Guest blog for University of Maryland School of Public Health

Healthy Homes: Re-Framing Natural Gas Infrastructure Impacts
Guest Blog – Leann Leiter Environmental Health Fellow,
Southwest PA Environmental Health Project and FracTracker Alliance

Health Care Repeal Provides neither Health or Care
Tamara Toles O’Laughlin, Executive Director

Cities Take the Lead on Climate and Health
Tamara Toles O’Laughlin, Executive Director

The Impossible Just Takes a Bit Longer
Rebecca Ruggles, Founder

Legislative Wrap Up 2017
Rebecca Rehr, Public Health Advocacy Coordinator

Annapolis Dispatch: Science as the Foundation for Strong Policy
Rebecca Rehr, Public Health Advocacy Coordinator

Reflections on Internship in Annapolis
Maggie Cherney, MdEHN Intern