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EPA Administrator Addresses Concerns About Oil Spill Waste Management

At a hearing of the national oil spill commission today, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson addressed concerns about waste disposal from
Jul 31, 2020

EPA Administrator Addresses Concerns About Oil Spill Waste Management

EPA Administrator Addresses Concerns About Oil Spill Waste Management

At a hearing of the national oil spill commission today, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson addressed concerns about waste disposal from
At a hearing of the national oil spill commission today, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson addressed concerns about waste disposal from
Jul 31, 2020

Feinberg: Geographic Test for Oil Spill Compensation ‘Unwarranted’

Feinberg: Geographic Test for Oil Spill Compensation ‘Unwarranted’

Kenneth Feinberg, the independent administrator of BP’s $20 billion oil spill compensation fund, announced the latest change today to the way he distributes
Kenneth Feinberg, the independent administrator of BP’s $20 billion oil spill compensation fund, announced the latest change today to the way he distributes
Jul 31, 2020

Study: Despite declining church attendance, Western voters still influenced by religion

Although many political experts consider voters to be “floating without party loyalties” and without a religious belief that influences their voting habits, a new University of Missouri study found that — despite declining church attendance in western democracies — religion still has a large impact on how people vote and helps define many of the platforms represented in the party system. Chris Raymond, a graduate instructor of political science at UM, compared church attendance to other categories such as income, union membership and education and found that religion still matters for a sizable number of voters
Jul 31, 2020

Study: Despite declining church attendance, Western voters still influenced by religion

Study: Despite declining church attendance, Western voters still influenced by religion

Although many political experts consider voters to be “floating without party loyalties” and without a religious belief that influences their voting habits, a new University of Missouri study found that — despite declining church attendance in western democracies — religion still has a large impact on how people vote and helps define many of the platforms represented in the party system. Chris Raymond, a graduate instructor of political science at UM, compared church attendance to other categories such as income, union membership and education and found that religion still matters for a sizable number of voters
Although many political experts consider voters to be “floating without party loyalties” and without a religious belief that influences their voting habits, a new University of Missouri study found that — despite declining church attendance in western democracies — religion still has a large impact on how people vote and helps define many of the platforms represented in the party system. Chris Raymond, a graduate instructor of political science at UM, compared church attendance to other categories such as income, union membership and education and found that religion still matters for a sizable number of voters
Jul 31, 2020
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