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State representatives condemn EPA chief’s statements

State representatives condemn EPA chief’s statementsThe Alaska State House unanimously condemned language used by the chief of the EPA to describe gifts she received in the state.

EPA settles over lead dust violations at Governor’s mansion

EPA settles over lead dust violations at Governor’s mansionThe Governor’s Mansion appears on a list of construction projects requiring EPA intervention for lead violations.

Pebble opponents, proponents react to EPA decision

Pebble opponents, proponents react to EPA decisionThe developers of Pebble Mine are not pleased with what they say is a gross overreach of federal authority.

EPA starts process that could restrict Pebble Mine

EPA starts process that could restrict Pebble MineThe federal agency will ask the state and those behind the proposed Pebble Mine to make their case for the project.

Pebble Mine opponents urge EPA to kill project

Pebble Mine opponents urge EPA to kill projectAbout 30 opponents of the proposed Pebble Mine met in Washington Tuesday with White House and high-ranking EPA staff.

How One Man Won $324M And Didn’t Realize It For 2 Weeks

How One Man Won $324M And Didn’t Realize It For 2 WeeksThe second very lucky winner of last month's massive Mega Millions jackpot is a California delivery driver who didn't get around to checking his lottery tickets for nearly two weeks.

Winning Mega Millions Tickets Sold In California And Georgia

Winning Mega Millions Tickets Sold In California And GeorgiaIf you know somebody in Atlanta or San Jose, Calif., this might be a good time to get in touch.

Supreme Court To Weigh EPA Permits For Power Plant Emissions

Supreme Court To Weigh EPA Permits For Power Plant EmissionsThe Supreme Court has agreed to review an Obama administration policy that requires new power plants and other big polluting facilities to apply for permits to emit greenhouse gases.

The Shutdown’s Squeeze On Science And Health

The Shutdown’s Squeeze On Science And HealthIn addition to shutdowns of national parks (including Alcatraz Island and Yosemite) and the supplemental nutrition program for women, infants and children, the mandatory furloughs are affecting a wide range of government science and health agencies.

Pebble Mine waits, frustration grows

Pebble Mine waits, frustration growsPebble Partnership CEO John Shively has maintained for years that his company will submit its application soon.
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