SALISBURY, Md. — Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh is scheduled to highlight some of the work his office has done on the Eastern Shore.

Frosh will be in Salisbury on Wednesday for three events.

He will join local consumers who received relief from the Consumer Protection Division. He also will visit a living shoreline project and meet with members of the newly-formed Human Rights Advisory Committee.

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