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For Some States, New Emissions Rules Will Force A Power Shift
The federal rules will deal a big blow to some energy sectors — especially coal. The change won't be so hard for states that have moved to cut emissions. But for others it will be more difficult.
Privacy Advocates To Senate Cyber Security Bill
The Senate is considering a bill to make it easier for businesses and the government to share data about cyber threats. Proponents say it would enhance security; opponents call it surveillance.
Judge Strikes Down Idaho 'Ag-Gag' Law, Raising Questions For Other States
A judge ruled Monday that an Idaho law criminalizing undercover investigations of farms is unconstitutional. Seven other states have similar laws, but legal experts say they may not stand much longer.
The Soy Car Seat: Are Companies Doing Enough For The Environment?
Corporate sustainability reports help measure firms' ecological footprints. Ford, for example, touts renewable materials in its cars. But some environmentalists say the reports can be misleading.
At This Summer Camp, Some Of The Best Friends Are Marine Mammals
Summer camp typically brings to mind s'mores, campfires and the beach. But for some kids in Southern California, camp is where they learn to care for sick and stranded sea lions and elephant seals.
In A Florida County, Overdose Epidemic Is 'More Like A War'
Manatee County, on Florida's west coast, has seen a huge jump in heroin overdoses this year. NPR's Melissa Block talks to Michael Dunn, a fireman in Bradenton who responds to overdose calls daily.
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