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Judicial Watch: Another Chance for Red Wolves

Judicial Watch: Another Chance for Red Wolves The wild red wolf won a major victory in federal court this month. U.S. District Court Judge Terrence Boyle of the Eastern District of North Carolina ruled for wildlife conservationists and against the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS) on a series of agency orders which would have… Continue Reading Judicial Watch: Another Chance for Red Wolves

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Around the State: Sewage Spills, Business as Usual?

Around the State: Sewage Spills, Business as Usual? It’s just seven million gallons of raw sewage dumped into one city’s streams — merely “concerning,” but certainly not a “crisis.” Raleigh’s aging wastewater lines dumped millions of gallons of sewage into four city streams after last week’s heavy rains. To city utilities officials, it’s business as… Continue Reading Around the State: Sewage Spills, Business as Usual?

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Campaign Watch: Final Counts Confirm Supermajorities Are Gone

Campaign Watch: Final Counts Confirm Supermajorities Are Gone Pending the results of any requested recounts, the final tallies in races for the North Carolina General Assembly confirmed the loss of anti-environment supermajorities in both the House and Senate after 10 House and six Senate candidates endorsed by NCLCV’s Conservation PAC (CPAC) flipped seats. When all… Continue Reading Campaign Watch: Final Counts Confirm Supermajorities Are Gone

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Washington Watch: Environmental Allies Take Over U.S. House

Washington Watch: Environmental Allies Take Over U.S. House In federal congressional elections, control of the U.S. House of Representatives flipped from Republican to Democratic control, bringing in leadership far more oriented to pro-environment positions, including action on climate change. The national League of Conservation Voters (LCV) cites 46 new pro-environment members elected to the House,… Continue Reading Washington Watch: Environmental Allies Take Over U.S. House

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