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Providence Business News
In R.I., unions still ruleWhen a proposal to build the first new hotel in Providence in nearly a decade r
In R.I., unions still rule
Providence Business News / Posted an hour ago
When a proposal to build the first new hotel in Providence in nearly a decade ran into opposition last summer, a few hundred unionized contractors and laborers filled the City Council's ornate chambers. They squeezed together on the elegant wooden... Read more
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WAVE 3 Louisville
Residents in southeast Louisville hope for help from the cityLOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - There are really nice areas in southeast Louisville wit
Residents in southeast Louisville hope for help from the city
WAVE 3 Louisville / Posted 5 hours ago
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - There are really nice areas in southeast Louisville with nice neighborhoods and new shopping malls, but there are also eyesores like the Hi-Li. "It hurts a great bit, a great bit," Bill Dudley said. The once popular Hi-Li is... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Bay Area congressman urges ban on fossil fuels extraction from federal landsRep. Jared Huffman introduced legislation in the House of Representatives on Th
Bay Area congressman urges ban on fossil fuels extraction from federal lands
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 8 hours ago
Rep. Jared Huffman introduced legislation in the House of Representatives on Thursday that would reduce greenhouse gas emissions by banning all new coal, oil and natural gas drilling on federally owned lands and waters from the Gulf of Mexico to the... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Bay Area congressman urges ban on fossil fuels extraction from federal landsRep. Jared Huffman introduced legislation in the House of Representatives on Th
Bay Area congressman urges ban on fossil fuels extraction from federal lands
Oakland Tribune / Posted 9 hours ago
Rep. Jared Huffman introduced legislation in the House of Representatives on Thursday that would reduce greenhouse gas emissions by banning all new coal, oil and natural gas drilling on federally owned lands and waters from the Gulf of Mexico to the... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Bay Area congressman urges ban on fossil fuels extraction from federal landsRep. Jared Huffman introduced legislation in the House of Representatives on Th
Bay Area congressman urges ban on fossil fuels extraction from federal lands
The Fremont Argus / Posted 9 hours ago
Rep. Jared Huffman introduced legislation in the House of Representatives on Thursday that would reduce greenhouse gas emissions by banning all new coal, oil and natural gas drilling on federally owned lands and waters from the Gulf of Mexico to the... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
Bay Area congressman urges ban on fossil fuels extraction from federal landsRep. Jared Huffman introduced legislation in the House of Representatives on Th
Bay Area congressman urges ban on fossil fuels extraction from federal lands
Inside Bay Area / Posted 9 hours ago
Rep. Jared Huffman introduced legislation in the House of Representatives on Thursday that would reduce greenhouse gas emissions by banning all new coal, oil and natural gas drilling on federally owned lands and waters from the Gulf of Mexico to the... Read more
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Christian Today
How to start a compassion revolutionIt was a priceless expression. A young couple were trekking through the frozen
How to start a compassion revolution
Christian Today / Posted 11 hours ago
It was a priceless expression. A young couple were trekking through the frozen landscape of Alaska and they came across a frozen lake. Like it would have been for many of us, the urge to skim a stone over a frozen lake was irresistible but the result... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
00PM Water Cooler“Overall, the TPP’s chapter on the environment is weak. Many provisions are fra
00PM Water Cooler
Naked Capitalism / Posted 11 hours ago
“Overall, the TPP’s chapter on the environment is weak. Many provisions are framed as ‘best endeavour efforts’ which can be easily neglected. Strong and binding rules are needed to restore, protect and enhance marine, aquatic and terrestrial... Read more
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The New Statesman
Why are boundary changes bad for Labour?After months flapping and hesitation, and with much of the reporting and detail
Why are boundary changes bad for Labour?
The New Statesman / Posted 12 hours ago
After months flapping and hesitation, and with much of the reporting and detail so dull that it has barely penetrated the consciousness of even those who speak the language of ‘directives’ and treaty provisions, the EU referendum is upon us. With... Read more
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Quartz
Brazen sexism is pushing women out of America’s atheism movement - Quartz NO FAITH LEFT TO LOSE The atheist movement leaves many women feelin
Brazen sexism is pushing women out of America’s atheism movement
Quartz / Posted 13 hours ago
- Quartz NO FAITH LEFT TO LOSE The atheist movement leaves many women feeling on the outs. (AP Photo/Akira Suemori) I... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Growing up undocumentedfor this story, at their request for privacy. Those using a pseudonym are clear
Growing up undocumented
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 14 hours ago
for this story, at their request for privacy. Those using a pseudonym are clearly identified in the article. Like many undocumented youth who grow up in East Palo Alto and neighboring communities, Paula remembers the moment she discovered... Read more
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The New Statesman
If the left leaves it to David Cameron, we'll have Brexit for sureAfter months flapping and hesitation, and with much of the reporting and detail
If the left leaves it to David Cameron, we'll have Brexit for sure
The New Statesman / Posted 14 hours ago
After months flapping and hesitation, and with much of the reporting and detail so dull that it has barely penetrated the consciousness of even those who speak the language of ‘directives’ and treaty provisions, the EU referendum is upon us. With... Read more
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heraldscotland
Hardline Loyalist group to campaign against North Lanarkshire Council as Irish group rubbishes flags policyWho would have thought this would please you ? Yes, it's all total nonsense.
Hardline Loyalist group to campaign against North Lanarkshire Council as Irish group rubbishes flags policy
heraldscotland / Posted 14 hours ago
Who would have thought this would please you ? Yes, it's all total nonsense. Next to South Lanarkshire. Heh, heh, it may as well be. Where is Eire? An alternative to there. Well we know a couple of NL councilors know where Eire is -- they... Read more
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Adirondack Daily Enterprise
APA approves rail-trail planFirst the APA's State Land Committee heard a presentation from state Department
APA approves rail-trail plan
Adirondack Daily Enterprise / Posted 15 hours ago
First the APA's State Land Committee heard a presentation from state Department of Environmental Conservation staff and voted to approve Alternative 7 to the Unit Management Plan for the Remsen-Lake Placid Travel Corridor. Then the plan went to the... Read more
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iol.co.za
much talk, not enough actionAfter more than an hour of disruptions and interruptions, mostly by members of
much talk, not enough action
iol.co.za / Posted 15 hours ago
After more than an hour of disruptions and interruptions, mostly by members of the opposition Economic Freedom Fighters, President Jacob Zuma finally got down to discussing the State of the Nation. Or did he? The Conversation Africa’s Politics and... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
GAMCOTRAP Joins One Billion Rising in GambiaThe Gambia joins the One Billion Rising Revolution for justice to end gender ba
GAMCOTRAP Joins One Billion Rising in Gambia
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 hours ago
The Gambia joins the One Billion Rising Revolution for justice to end gender based violence TO ENLARGE, TO DEEPEN, TO EXPAND And TO REVOLUTIONISE the structures that perpetuate all forms of violence against women. One Billion Rising is a global... Read more
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The Courier
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health systemAustralia's health network is cheap and effective by international standards, b
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health system
The Courier / Posted 16 hours ago
Australia's health network is cheap and effective by international standards, but powerful vested interests are rorting the system. Cervixes are the surprise new battleground in the fight to curb rising health costs. Just before Christmas, the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health systemAustralia's health network is cheap and effective by international standards, b
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health system
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 17 hours ago
Australia's health network is cheap and effective by international standards, but powerful vested interests are rorting the system. Cervixes are the surprise new battleground in the fight to curb rising health costs. Just before Christmas, the... Read more
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The Young Witness
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health systemAustralia's health network is cheap and effective by international standards, b
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health system
The Young Witness / Posted 17 hours ago
Australia's health network is cheap and effective by international standards, but powerful vested interests are rorting the system. Cervixes are the surprise new battleground in the fight to curb rising health costs. Just before Christmas, the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health systemAustralia's health network is cheap and effective by international standards, b
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health system
Western Advocate / Posted 17 hours ago
Australia's health network is cheap and effective by international standards, but powerful vested interests are rorting the system. Cervixes are the surprise new battleground in the fight to curb rising health costs. Just before Christmas, the... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health systemAustralia's health network is cheap and effective by international standards, b
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health system
Kiama Independent / Posted 17 hours ago
Australia's health network is cheap and effective by international standards, but powerful vested interests are rorting the system. Cervixes are the surprise new battleground in the fight to curb rising health costs. Just before Christmas, the... Read more
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Manning River Times
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health systemAustralia's health network is cheap and effective by international standards, b
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health system
Manning River Times / Posted 17 hours ago
Australia's health network is cheap and effective by international standards, but powerful vested interests are rorting the system. Cervixes are the surprise new battleground in the fight to curb rising health costs. Just before Christmas, the... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health systemAustralia's health network is cheap and effective by international standards, b
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health system
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 17 hours ago
Australia's health network is cheap and effective by international standards, but powerful vested interests are rorting the system. Cervixes are the surprise new battleground in the fight to curb rising health costs. Just before Christmas, the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Human Rights Watch Testimony At Senate Foreign Relations Committee On U.S. Policy in Central Africa - the Importance of Good GovernanceChairman Corker, Ranking Member Cardin, thank you for holding this important an
Human Rights Watch Testimony At Senate Foreign Relations Committee On U.S. Policy in Central Africa - the Importance of Good Governance
AllAfrica.com / Posted 17 hours ago
Chairman Corker, Ranking Member Cardin, thank you for holding this important and timely hearing. I am very pleased to have the opportunity to testify on behalf of Human Rights Watch. Today, many countries in central Africa are undergoing political... Read more
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The North West Star
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health systemAustralia's health network is cheap and effective by international standards, b
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health system
The North West Star / Posted 17 hours ago
Australia's health network is cheap and effective by international standards, but powerful vested interests are rorting the system. Cervixes are the surprise new battleground in the fight to curb rising health costs. Just before Christmas, the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health systemAustralia's health network is cheap and effective by international standards, b
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health system
Daily Liberal / Posted 17 hours ago
Australia's health network is cheap and effective by international standards, but powerful vested interests are rorting the system. Cervixes are the surprise new battleground in the fight to curb rising health costs. Just before Christmas, the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health systemAustralia's health network is cheap and effective by international standards, b
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health system
The Border Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
Australia's health network is cheap and effective by international standards, but powerful vested interests are rorting the system. Cervixes are the surprise new battleground in the fight to curb rising health costs. Just before Christmas, the... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Clinton and Sanders Clash on Race, Immigration and Who's Friends with Henry KissingerCandidates traded barbs on inequality and the justice system, eyeing Latino and
Clinton and Sanders Clash on Race, Immigration and Who's Friends with Henry Kissinger
Op-Ed News / Posted 17 hours ago
Candidates traded barbs on inequality and the justice system, eyeing Latino and African American voters ahead of contests in South Carolina and Nevada. Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders made a conspicuous play for Latino and African American voters... Read more
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Slate
Is the Iranian Regime Bound to Collapse?Laura Secor had been traveling to Iran for almost a decade when, in 2012, she w
Is the Iranian Regime Bound to Collapse?
Slate / Posted 17 hours ago
Laura Secor had been traveling to Iran for almost a decade when, in 2012, she was harshly questioned and accused of being a spy while reporting for the New Yorker. After leaving the country, she was denied another visa. Her time there forms the basis... Read more
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Orange County Register
Czech envoy: Europe's open borders policy critically close to collapseThe European Union has, at most, six weeks to stem the flow of migrants arrivin
Czech envoy: Europe's open borders policy critically close to collapse
Orange County Register / Posted 17 hours ago
The European Union has, at most, six weeks to stem the flow of migrants arriving on its shores via Turkey before it will be forced to abandon its internal borderless travel zone, according to the Czech envoy to the bloc. A deal with Turkey to stop... Read more
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express
Booted-out Labour MP Ed Balls tells Britain to stay in EU as 'free movement could end' BOOTED-OUT MP Ed Balls has urged British voters to stay in the EU at the upco
Booted-out Labour MP Ed Balls tells Britain to stay in EU as 'free movement could end'
express / Posted 18 hours ago
BOOTED-OUT MP Ed Balls has urged British voters to stay in the EU at the upcoming referendum. Ex-Labour MP Ed Balls urged British voters to stay in the EU The... Read more
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The Age
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health systemAustralia's health care system is captured by providers and their lobby groups.
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health system
The Age / Posted 18 hours ago
Australia's health care system is captured by providers and their lobby groups. Cervixes are the surprise new battleground in the fight to curb rising health costs. Just before Christmas, the federal government unveiled a plan to save public... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health systemAustralia's health care system is captured by providers and their lobby groups.
Trimming the fat: how we could save billions in the health system
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
Australia's health care system is captured by providers and their lobby groups. Cervixes are the surprise new battleground in the fight to curb rising health costs. Just before Christmas, the federal government unveiled a plan to save public... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
The Senate Is Vital for Kenya We Have NowProfessor Ben Nwabueze is a sharp, witty retired Nigerian scholar of constituti
The Senate Is Vital for Kenya We Have Now
AllAfrica.com / Posted 19 hours ago
Professor Ben Nwabueze is a sharp, witty retired Nigerian scholar of constitutional law, perhaps one of the greatest West African contributions to African intellectual, political and legal thinking. His sharp mind can explain complex realities in... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Women forced to work as sex slaves in pop-up brothels in Barrow and across the South LakesVULNERABLE women and girls are being brought into the area and used as sex slav
Women forced to work as sex slaves in pop-up brothels in Barrow and across the South Lakes
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
VULNERABLE women and girls are being brought into the area and used as sex slaves. Crime gangs are trafficking refugees to use as prostitutes - some underage - and block booking hotel rooms in Barrow and across the south Lakes. So far it is... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
State of the Nation Address 2016 was much talk – but not enough actionAfter more than an hour of disruptions and interruptions, mostly by members of
State of the Nation Address 2016 was much talk – but not enough action
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 20 hours ago
After more than an hour of disruptions and interruptions, mostly by members of the opposition Economic Freedom Fighters, Zuma finally got down to business. Or did he? The Conversation Africa’s Politics and Society editor Thabo Leshilo and Voice of... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Clinton, Sanders call for prison fixMILWAUKEE -- Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders battled for the support of blac
Clinton, Sanders call for prison fix
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 20 hours ago
MILWAUKEE -- Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders battled for the support of black and Hispanic voters in Thursday night's Democratic debate at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, ahead of contests in states with more minority-group voters. After... Read more
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express
EU referendum notebook: Problems loom for Brit workers if free movement of labour goes on DAVID Cameron's failure to get Britain excused from the duty to allow free mo
EU referendum notebook: Problems loom for Brit workers if free movement of labour goes on
express / Posted 21 hours ago
DAVID Cameron's failure to get Britain excused from the duty to allow free movement of labour from across the EU is threatening to torpedo a flagship... Read more
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The Financial Express
As stock markets fall, why investing in gold makes senseAmid rising global growth concerns and stock market sell-off, investors are shi
As stock markets fall, why investing in gold makes sense
The Financial Express / Posted 22 hours ago
Amid rising global growth concerns and stock market sell-off, investors are shifting towards safe haven assets like gold. As a result, the rally in gold price which started in the mid of December 2015 took gold prices 15 per cent up to nearly Rs... Read more
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The Jewish Press
White House: Obama Will Sign Trade Bill Begrudgingly, Hates Anti-BDS PartThe White House has announced it is partially unhappy with the new bipartisan b
White House: Obama Will Sign Trade Bill Begrudgingly, Hates Anti-BDS Part
The Jewish Press / Posted 22 hours ago
The White House has announced it is partially unhappy with the new bipartisan bill, Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act of 2015. They like the bill in general, they say, as the W.H. Press Secretary put it in a statement: “We are pleased the... Read more
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Denver Post
Movement calls for end to "slavery" in ColoradoMore than 200 people gathered in Denver on Thursday night to unite in stamping
Movement calls for end to "slavery" in Colorado
Denver Post / Posted 23 hours ago
More than 200 people gathered in Denver on Thursday night to unite in stamping out slavery in Colorado. We must put "an end to something that supposedly ended years ago," said the Rev. Timothy E. Tyler of the Shorter Community African Methodist... Read more
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KCEN-TV
Black Panther Party's legacy of Black Power enduresOAKLAND (USA TODAY) - For many Americans, the name “Black Panthers” brings to m
Black Panther Party's legacy of Black Power endures
KCEN-TV / Posted yesterday
OAKLAND (USA TODAY) - For many Americans, the name “Black Panthers” brings to mind young, stone-faced black men in berets and black leather coats and carrying rifles. Those images were either exhilarating, terrifying or world-changing, depending on... Read more
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Denver Post
Clinton, Sanders clash over minorities, money—and ObamaMILWAUKEE (AP) — Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders battled for the crucial bac
Clinton, Sanders clash over minorities, money—and Obama
Denver Post / Posted yesterday
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders battled for the crucial backing of black and Hispanic voters in Thursday night's Democratic debate and clashed heatedly over their support for Barack Obama as the presidential race shifted toward... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Democratic debate: Clinton and Sanders clash over race and immigrationHillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders made a conspicuous play for Latino and Afric
Democratic debate: Clinton and Sanders clash over race and immigration
Guardian Unlimited / Posted yesterday
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders made a conspicuous play for Latino and African American voters as they lingered on questions of race and sparred over their records on immigration during a combative Democratic debate. The focus on inequality in... Read more
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The Hindu
Make in India Week - From slogan to reality: step onein India Week, Lalatendu Mishra finds out what India Inc thinks about it. Neve
Make in India Week - From slogan to reality: step one
The Hindu / Posted yesterday
in India Week, Lalatendu Mishra finds out what India Inc thinks about it. Never mind the hiccups in the Chinese economy and its effects, the volatility in global markets and the downturn in commodity prices, the local business community is... Read more
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Rappler
Clinton seeks rebound against Sanders at debate and beyondDEAD HEAT. In this file photo, US Democratic Presidential candidates Bernie San
Clinton seeks rebound against Sanders at debate and beyond
Rappler / Posted yesterday
DEAD HEAT. In this file photo, US Democratic Presidential candidates Bernie Sanders (L) and Hillary Clinton (R) talk to each other on stage prior to the start of the Democratic presidential candidates debate at Wynn Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada,... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
SW Fla. mayors pointing fingers for Lake O water releasesThe fight over water releases from Lake Okeechobee rages on with mayors from in
SW Fla. mayors pointing fingers for Lake O water releases
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted yesterday
The fight over water releases from Lake Okeechobee rages on with mayors from inland cities telling mayors in coastal cities not to blame them for the murky waters polluting the shorelines. It seems the fight to fix the problem has become just as... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Lake O water releases leave mayors pointing fingersThe fight over water releases from Lake Okeechobee rages on with mayors from in
Lake O water releases leave mayors pointing fingers
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted yesterday
The fight over water releases from Lake Okeechobee rages on with mayors from inland cities telling mayors in coastal cities not to blame them for the murky waters polluting the shorelines. It seems the fight to fix the problem has become just as... Read more
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Zero Hedge
America's National Debt Bomb Caused By The Welfare Statevia EpicTimes.com, The news is filled with the everyday zigzags of those compe
America's National Debt Bomb Caused By The Welfare State
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
via EpicTimes.com, The news is filled with the everyday zigzags of those competing against each other for the Democrat and Republican Party nominations to run for the presidency of the United States. But one of the most important issues... Read more
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Raw Story
Here are 19 ways Bernie Sanders has stood up for civil and minority rightsOver the past few months, one lingering attack on Bernie Sanders’ candidacy for
Here are 19 ways Bernie Sanders has stood up for civil and minority rights
Raw Story / Posted yesterday
Over the past few months, one lingering attack on Bernie Sanders’ candidacy for the Democratic nomination is his supposed indifference to racial justice and civil rights issues. But the truth is, Sanders has a 50-year history of standing up for... Read more
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