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Maryland moved forward the date by which utilities must get 2 percent of their electricity from solar power by two years to 2020.
Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley, a Democrat, signed a bill changing the target today, according to his website.
The law was passed by the state’s legislature April 6.
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