Turns out Virginia can be as irresponsible as Maryland in managing the Chesapeake Bay.

Eight years ago marked a low point in Bay fisheries management as the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, in the sway of Republican Gov. Larry Hogan, fought to avoid doing a critical study to see whether oysters were being overfished. 

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