USDA Provides Blueprint for Dismantling a Government Research Agency

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By Rebecca Boehm, Union of Concerned Scientists For scientists, it’s a significant accomplishment to get your work published in a peer-reviewed journal. The process of submitting a paper, fielding reviewer comments, and revising the work can take months (or years!), and final publication in a...
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Wildfires Changing the State of Our Air

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By the American Lung Association When you think of Montana, you probably think of wide-open spaces, high plains, big sky country and presumably fresh, clean air. But the American Lung Association’s 20th annual “State of the Air” report finds something unexpected—increasing air...
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Remembering Workers Who Died or Suffered on the Job Must Also Include Safeguards Against Heat

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By Shanna Devine, Public Citizen During Workers’ Memorial Week (April 22- 28), Public Citizen joined with organizations across the country to remember fallen workers and fight for safer workplaces, including for employees exposed to the growing dangers of climate change and rising temperatures...
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