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Dominion’s proposed Cove Point project will NOT serve the public interest. It will worsen air quality in southern Maryland, set our state back in addressing climate change, harm nearby water resources, and threaten Maryland ratepayers with potential increases in natural gas prices.

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The Maryland Public Service Commission (PSC) is currently reviewing whether Dominion Resource's application to build a proposed $3.8 billion liquefied natural gas export facility at Cove Point in southern Maryland is in the "public interest." But, by every measure, Cove Point would harm Marylanders to boost the gas industry's bottom line.

Before the April 2nd public comment deadline, we need to flood the PSC with comments urging them to deny Dominion's permit. The facts show that Cove Point would significantly worsen climate change and smog pollution, risk the safety and water resources of nearby communities, and increase gas prices for Maryland consumers. (Note: The form below will generate a sample email highlighting one in a rotating series of impacts, to help generate comments highlighting a wide range of concerns.)