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The Washington Post (Sat 22 Mar, 2008)
Editorial: Those Who Can't, Study - Yet more pondering is proposed to figure out how to clean up the Chesapeake Bay.
Staff quoted: UMCES
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When the Chesapeake Bay Program started in 1983, the goal was to clean up that massive waterway by 2000. That deadline was blown. So the governors of the seven states on the 64,000-square-mile watershed and the federal government came up with a new deadline: 2010, which was pronounced almost impossible to reach late last year. Now, the Environmental Protection Agency, which oversees the restoration program, proposes to study how it can implement a plan based on pollution inputs into the bay. The deadline for completing the review: 2011. We'd put major money on this deadline being missed, too, were it not for the EPA being under court order to produce said plan.