The Horizon Foundation

The Howard County Council approved $3 million in appropriations for biking and walking infrastructure products. – Legislative

Baltimore Complete Streets Coalition

Baltimore, MD, passed the strongest Complete Streets policy in the country to date, with a focus on equity. – Legislative

Sugar-Free Kids MD/Horizon Foundation

The Baltimore, MD, City Council passed an ordinance requiring the default beverage offered with kids’ meals to be water, milk, a non-dairy milk-alternative, or 100% juice. – Legislative

Sugar-Free Kids MD/Horizon Foundation

The county executive of Baltimore County issued an executive order that improves the nutritional quality of foods and beverages in vending machines on county-owned properties. – Executive Order

Maryland American Heart Association (AHA)

Howard County included $1.45 million in its 2019 budget for biking projects. – Legislative

The Horizon Foundation

Montgomery County, MD, County Council unanimously approved Bill 1-17, requiring healthy options in vending machines on county property. – Legislative

The Horizon Foundation

Prince George’s County, MD, County Council unanimously adopted a healthy vending policy to help ensure Prince George’s County’s over 900,000 residents have access to healthier options while on public property. – Legislative

The Horizon Foundation

The Howard County, MD, County Council approved the fiscal 2018 budget, which included a more than $3.5 million investment in active transportation infrastructure and improvements. – Legislative

Maryland American Heart Association (AHA)

Baltimore, MD, secured a long-term vending contract and procurement policy to ensure healthier choices on government properties. – Regulatory and Contract

The Horizon Foundation

All licensed childcare center operators in Maryland are required to provide healthier drinks to children, give better support for mothers who are breastfeeding, and reduce non-educational screen time. – Legislative