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A federal judge on Friday questioned whether Washington state will be harmed if the court fails to block portions of a Trump administration rule that wipes out anti-discrimination protections for LGBT people.
Lyft Inc. asked an appeals court for an extended reprieve on converting its California drivers to employees while warning that a rapid overhaul of its business model may force the company to suspend operations in its home state.
Climate change is poised to thaw and undermine the soil beneath ConocoPhillips’ proposed Willow oil drilling project on Alaska’s North Slope, making its rigs and roads vulnerable to the same global warming the project will be aggravating.
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