Maryland Catholics advocate for clean energy bill

Feb 22, 2019 | In the News, State Press Clips

Feb 21, 2019

By Jesse Remedios

A grassroots gathering of Catholics marched to the Maryland State House in Annapolis on Feb. 18 to advocate directly for the Maryland Clean Energy Jobs Act. The gathering was organized by Interfaith Power & Light, an organization that works with congregations of all faiths across the Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Northern Virginia area to save energy, go green and respond to climate change. Other organizations co-sponsored the event, including Sisters of Mercy, Northeast Catholic Community, and Franciscan Action Network. Read more here

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