Why Hurricane Florence Could Become a Public Health Crisis

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By Jessica Knoblauch, Earthjustice People in the southeastern U.S. are facing life threatening winds and rains from Hurricane Florence. Less obvious, but also of great concern, is the public health threat posed by a variety of contaminated sites located around the region. These include giant...
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Ten Years After Lehman, Lessons of Financial Collapse Ignored, Not Forgotten

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By Ed Mierzwinski, U.S. PIRG You’re starting a new week, but ten years ago today a wild and crazy Wall Street-induced lost weekend didn’t end. A decade of unhinged Wall Street risk-taking unleashed on consumers, homebuyers and communities had come to a head. The weekend bankruptcy of Lehman...
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