All News Articles for 2015-04-03

Friday, April 3, 2015
Insufficient Data and Loose Regulations Worsen Fracking's Impact, Studies Find
'Marcellus shale waste is the elephant in the room that gas operators and regulators alike ignore,' says environmentalist
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In Dry California, Thirsty Oil and Big-Ag Industries Exempt from Water Regulations
Despite historic drought, Governor Jerry Brown has not put restrictions on oil drilling and fracking, but is focusing on urban usage of water
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Forces of Equality Intensify Fight Against 'Persecution in Name of Religion'
'Politicians across the nation have a critical choice to make: do the right thing by rejecting Indiana-style discrimination laws,' says national LGBTQ activist
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Experts Say Case of Purvi Patel Sets 'Cruel' Precedent for Reproductive Rights
Woman sentenced to 20 years in prison for losing fetus may have 'chilling effect' on reproductive health in many states
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Asked by Veteran to Apologize for Horrors of Iraq War, Karl Rove Says No
'I'm not going to apologize for our government having done the right thing by having removed Saddam Hussein from power,' Rove insists
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Informant Provided Bomb-Making Manual to Alleged “ISIS-Inspired” Plotters
Like other recent sensational "terror plots," latest case demonstrates the key role of of an undercover law enforcement informant in both formulating and facilitating the alleged plot.
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As EPA Restricts Some Pesticide Use, Defenders of Bees Call for More Action
New action to protect pollinators ignores harmful chemicals already on market, groups say
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Hawks Fume as World Celebrates 'Victory for Diplomacy over War'
'Peace won. War lost. It’s as simple as that.'
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