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Helicopters Collide in Afghanistan; Western Afghanistan Crash; Four Ten Fourteen Dead

This just released from the NATO command in Afghanistan: Two International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) helicopters were involved in what was believed to
Jul 31, 2020

Helicopters Collide in Afghanistan; Western Afghanistan Crash; Four Ten Fourteen Dead

Helicopters Collide in Afghanistan; Western Afghanistan Crash; Four Ten Fourteen Dead

This just released from the NATO command in Afghanistan: Two International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) helicopters were involved in what was believed to
This just released from the NATO command in Afghanistan: Two International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) helicopters were involved in what was believed to
Jul 31, 2020

Updated: Beware of This Cap and Trade Study

Updated: Beware of This Cap and Trade Study

Watch out for simplistic reporting on a new study on the impact of climate change legislation on the Midwest. So far, reports on the study are
Watch out for simplistic reporting on a new study on the impact of climate change legislation on the Midwest. So far, reports on the study are
Jul 31, 2020

EPA defends new nutrient criteria for Florida waterways

EPA defends new nutrient criteria for Florida waterways

In congressional testimony on Friday, the federal Environmental Protection Agency was again criticized for its proposed numeric nutrient criteria, a set of standards to regulate pollution from nitrogen and phosphorus in Florida waterways. But EPA representatives defended the agency’s decision to implement the standards, arguing that they are needed for the health and safety of citizens and businesses struggling to survive in harsh economic times. # The decision to force the state to implement a stringent set of nutrient criteria came as the result of legislation — but both the EPA and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection had for years been attempting to draft something similar
In congressional testimony on Friday, the federal Environmental Protection Agency was again criticized for its proposed numeric nutrient criteria, a set of standards to regulate pollution from nitrogen and phosphorus in Florida waterways. But EPA representatives defended the agency’s decision to implement the standards, arguing that they are needed for the health and safety of citizens and businesses struggling to survive in harsh economic times. # The decision to force the state to implement a stringent set of nutrient criteria came as the result of legislation — but both the EPA and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection had for years been attempting to draft something similar
Jul 31, 2020
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