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Maryland Polling on the Forest Conservation Act

There is an overwhelming consensus among Maryland voters that forests should be protected. Nearly nine out of ten registered voters (87%) agree with the statement, “The state legislature should set a goal to save Maryland’s remaining forests and strengthen the laws that protect trees, even if it means slowing growth and development.” A 54% majority of voters strongly agree with this statement. Only 7% disagree.
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