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June 3, 2014

EPA Rule Requires Major Carbon Reductions from States

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is making states put plans in place that would reduce carbon emissions to 30 percent below 2005 levels by 2030.


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Rick Perry Urges Iowans to Re-Elect Gov. Branstad
Mississippi's Voter ID Law Debuts During Primary
Why Don't Voters Care About California's Primary?
Monica Wehby's Run for the Oregon Senate Results in Awkward Questions About Her Personal Life
Legislative Races Most Competitive in Montana Primary
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Health & Human Services
Iowa Legalizes Cannabis Oil
The Welfare State
How Miami Ignored 30 Children's Deaths
Infrastructure & Environment
8 States Agree to Promote Electric Vehicles
Management & Labor
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