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  • Climate censorship gains steam in red states

    While plenty of people found humor in the recent news that officials in Florida and Wisconsin are censoring state workers' ability to talk about, much less work on, climate change, other states are not necessarily laughing. In fact, several political and environmental experts told InsideClimate News they could use it as a model to imitate.
  • Ex-US Rep. Inglis to receive JFK Profile in Courage Award

    A conservative congressman from South Carolina whose change of heart on climate change drew the wrath of fellow Republicans and helped cost him re-election has been named the 2015 recipient of the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award. Bob Inglis will...

    Marine scientists oppose air guns in the Atlantic

    Marine scientists oppose air guns in the Atlantic
    As the Obama administration considers allowing offshore drilling in the Atlantic from Virginia to Florida, 75 marine scientists issued a letter of concern this week over the possible use of controversial seismic air guns to search for underwater oil and...

    April 11 Letters: U.S. 460 plans, Mental health, Middle Ground extension

    How will we get there? Last month's news stories about the "scaled back U.S. 460 project to move forward" or "U.S. 460 to displace 15 homes and businesses" should have read, "U.S. 460 only one-third funded." I ask the following: • What is...

    Should voters get paid to spur voter turnout?

    Should voters get paid to spur voter turnout?
    My recent column criticizing President Barack Obama's suggestion that the U.S. consider mandatory voting provoked a considerable response. I proposed that, if we really think raising voter turnout is important, we abandon coercion and offer a cash...