Lawmakers try to stop train derailment waste's arrival to Md.
Baltimore City Councilman Zeke Cohen, D-District 1, introduced a resolution Monday night to demand the Environmental Protection Agency pull its order. It was immediately adopted. "We are calling on the Environmental Protection Agency to rescind their original decision to transport toxic water from East Palestine to Baltimore," Cohen said. Cohen told 11 News Baltimore is not the right place to help out with what happened in Ohio, saying too many Baltimore neighborhoods are already overburdened with pollution, the state is at a tipping point for the health of the Chesapeake Bay and there's a lack of trust in the Back River facility's ability to process the water.