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Lawyers say movement violates federal ethics rules


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More than $1.4M raised for pediatric cancer research


Gould family home destroyed by fire


1. Environmental Issues

2. Environmental Testing & Technlogy Inc

https://www.youtube.com/user/EnviroTesting

3. Choosing a Past for the Future: Why today’s environment policy is also history – Dr Paul Warde

4. Sides clash over hog facility expansions in Iowa

5. Designer Livestock

New technologies will make it easier to manipulate animal genomes, but food products from genetically engineered animals face a long road to market.

6. Arlington cracks down on carwash fundraisers

7. Debate continues over how much race cars pollute environment

Debate continues over how much race cars pollute environment

8. Threat to critical waterways reveals a U.S.-Canada divide

 Washington has much tougher rules against manure violators than B.C.

9. Governor signs bill making Illinois first state to ban microbeads

Microbeads

10. For Minnesota’s pristine wetlands, N.D. oil boom is new threat

A remote wetland near Itasca State Park, already undercut by three crude oil pipelines, is one of several fragile, isolated habitats along the proposed path of the 610-mile Sandpiper crude oil pipeline across northern Minnesota.

11. Tracing waste drum’s journey from LANL to leak

12. Lead-paint lawsuits dog Kennedy Krieger

Study seeking cheaper abatement draws claims children still poisoned

 


Will raise money for Special Olympics

Scott Brown

Now a New Hampshire resident, he says he has no immediate plans to run for election

HAMPTON BEACH, N.H. —Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown hasn’t made a decision to jump in the U.S. Senate race in New Hampshire this year, but he has apparently decided jump head-first into the cold Atlantic Ocean this week for a good cause.

Brown will participate in the Penguin Plunge at Hampton Beach, an annual fundraiser for the New Hampshire Special Olympics. (News partner WMUR-TV is a major sponsor of the event.)

A WMUR Granite State Poll last week showed him behind U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen should he challenge her for re-election and in third place in the New Hampshire presidential primary.

While Democrats have spent about $150,000 in television ads trying to pour cold water on Brown getting into the Senate race, none of these ads will be as cold as the ocean on Groundhog’s Day.