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January 27, 2014
Faced with looming court challenge, Idaho halts unprecedented program
Victory
January 23, 2014
Judge rules that passage of California’s Senate Bill 4 stops environmental review case
January 22, 2014
Lease Sale 193 in the Chukchi Sea remanded by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
Victory
January 22, 2014
Additional statutes, forest management plans, and regulations bar contemplated mining operations
January 22, 2014
Request would require polluters to use known controls
January 18, 2014
Appeal filed after Idaho judge rejects request to stop program
January 15, 2014
Large-scale study describes harmful impacts of proposed Pebble Mine project
January 15, 2014
Conservation groups’ amended complaint sues U.S. Navy, expands claims
January 15, 2014
Virginia congressman announces retirement
January 14, 2014
Provision included in spending bill would threaten already imperiled waterways
January 13, 2014
Robert Wilkins to serve as critical court’s eleventh active judge
January 13, 2014
EPA criticized for ignoring pollution by oil and gas industry & two large coal plants
January 13, 2014
Northern Californians and the whole nation lose a powerful advocate and public servant