It’s Hurricane Season. Will State and Federal Agencies Act to Reduce Public Health Hazards From Toxic Flooding?

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By Darya Minovi, Center for Progressive Reform June 1 marked the start of hurricane season for the Atlantic Basin. While not welcome, tropical storms, strong winds, and storm surges are an inevitable fact of life for many residents of the Eastern Seaboard and the Gulf Coast. As a new paper from...
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COVID-19 Spreading to Food Processing Facilities Across the U.S.

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By Jared Hayes and Braelyn Parkman, Environmental Working Group Although not yet as pervasive as outbreaks at meatpacking facilities, COVID-19 is on the rise at America’s food processing facilities. EWG’s search of news stories published from March 14 to June 8 found that almost 1,200 food...
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