By Elaine Donnelly
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Farmers rode their tractors on the streets of the state capital on Tuesday to draw attention to a measure that would repeal a law designed to fight pollution by limiting the growth of septic systems in Maryland.
Former Gov. Robert Ehrlich talked up his political strategy at a campaign stop Wednesday.
"This is regressive," Mr. Zolper said of the repeal proposal. "To repeal it is to go backwards."
Tom Zolper, a spokesman for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, said the law was approved to reduce pollution and limit taxpayer expense of sprawl.