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In what is being hailed as a “significant victory” for due process, a federal judge last week ruled that a lawsuit by mine developer Pebble Limited Partnership against the Environmental Protection Agency may proceed.Read More →
A former defense secretary in the Clinton administration plans to investigate the Environmental Protection Agency’s controversial evaluation of a potential mining project in the Bristol Bay watershed in Alaska – an evaluation, critics say, was heavy-handed and employed bad science.Read More →
By Josh Kaib | WatchdogWire.com
Talk about an October surprise!
The first lady of Oregon — though she’s technically not married to the governor yet —tearfully admitted Thursday that she once married an 18-year-old Ethiopian immigrant in exchange for around $5,000 so he could get a green-card.
Cylvia Hayes was forced to come clean after the the Willamette Week, an alternative newspaper, began […]
Larry Weaver wants his gopher blood back.
That smidgen of gopher blood means the world to both Weaver and many in his Rochester community in southwest Thurston County, Wash.Read More →
By Brad Matthews | WatchdogWire.com
You may want to think twice before dumping your food in the trash if you’re in Seattle.
A new Seattle ordinance passed on earlier this week says citizens could be fined a dollar for having too much table scraps in the trash that could have gone into a compost bin, according to the Seattle Times.