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About PATH

People Acting Together in Howard (PATH) is a broad-based community power organization, rooted in Howard County’s neighborhoods and congregations. We are non-partisan, multi-faith, multiracial, and dedicated to making our county and state a better place to live and thrive. You’ll find us working for change: door-to-door and in living rooms, in churches and classrooms, in front of the County Council and at the State House in Annapolis.

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READY

READY employs Howard County residents ages 16-26 to build rain gardens and conservation landscapes that filter stormwater runoff and alleviate flooding from pavement and other impervious surfaces.

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PATH in the News

PATH Leaders work with County Council to override County Executive Veto!

After nearly six months of back-and-forth, a bill creating a set of nutritional guidelines for the food and drink sold in Howard County government vending machines was voted, for a final time, into law today.

The legislation, which requires a certain percentage of the food and drink offerings in county vending machines to meet a set of caloric, fat and sugar guidelines. was first passed by the County Council in early July, and then vetoed a week later by County Executive Allan Kittleman.

The 4-1 decision Friday traced party lines, with the council’s lone Republican member, Greg Fox, casting the only dissenting vote. He and Kittleman argue that the bill chips away at personal freedoms.

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Howard County Executive Vetoes Nutritional Standards Bill

Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman has vetoed legislation creating a set of nutritional guidelines for the food and drink sold in vending machines in Howard County government buildings.

“I trust Howard County residents and employees to make their own decisions about what to eat,” Kittleman said before signing the veto on Monday afternoon at the county’s government headquarters in Ellicott City.

The County Council passed the bill, which required food and drink offerings in county vending machines to meet a set of caloric, fat and sugar guidelines, by a 4-1 vote last week. Councilmember Greg Fox, a Republican from Fulton, cast the only vote in opposition.

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