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Demanding 'Bold Climate Action,' Youth Rally in Washington State Capitol
"We need bold legislation that actually puts us on the track to 350ppm and climate recovery," says 16 year-old Jamie Margolin.
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For Failing to Act on Climate Crisis, 13 Young Plaintiffs Just Sued the State of Washington
"This is my state government's chance to rise up and take responsibility for their actions," says 17-year-old Aji Piper.
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As More Americans Rely on Charity to Pay Medical Bills, Local Seattle News Station Buys and Forgives $1 Million of Debt
KIRO-TV worked with a New York-based charity to buy the medical debt of 1,000 Seattle-area residents
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Because We're "Out of Time," Activists Storm Washington State Capitol to Launch "Climate Countdown"
"If we don't act now, our orcas and salmon are goners...and then we will be."
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Emergency Declared After Tunnel Collapse at Toxic Hanford Nuke Site
Personnel were told to 'secure ventilation in your building' and 'refrain from eating or drinking'
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Trump Administration Slapped With Lawsuits Over Blocked Energy Efficiency Standards
' By blocking these common sense standards, the administration is reversing progress in cleaning the air we breathe and fighting climate change '
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More States Sue to Block Trump's "Muslim Ban By Another Name"
"It's my expectation that we will continue to prevail, and certainly my expectation that the president will continue to respect the decision of the court"
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#FreeDaniel: Community United in Outrage After ICE Detains 'Dreamer' With No Criminal Record
'Seattle stands with Daniel and we will not back down until he is free'
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Listen Live as Trump's Travel Ban Gets Eviscerated in Court
A hearing over President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration will begin at 3pm Pacific time
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Legal Battle Over Trump Ban Could Be Headed To US Supreme Court
Two U.S. states, 10 former senior U.S. diplomats and security officials, and close to 100 big tech companies filed briefs opposing the controversial order
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