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Parents Sue Chlorpyrifos Makers Corteva, Dow Over Child’s Autism

The farmworker parents of a girl with autism, obesity, and vision problems are suing Dow Chemical Co., Corteva, a California town, and two pesticide application companies, claiming that exposure to the powerful insecticide chlorpyrifos led to her significant health problems.

Mining, Logging Now Allowed in Tongass National Forest

Alaska’s Tongass National Forest—America’s largest—is no longer protected under the 2001 Roadless Rule, and its remote islands and old-growth trees are now open to new logging and mining, according to a record of decision to be published Thursday in the Federal Register.

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Since the country’s founding, presidents and congress have sought to shape the Supreme Court in their image.

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