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Biden’s USDA Chief Is Exploring Making a Carbon Bank for Farmers

The Biden administration has begun an intense examination of how to structure a carbon market that would encourage broad participation by U.S. farmers, including whether to guarantee a minimum price for credits given for reducing emissions, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said Friday.

California College Gets Asbestos Consultant’s PAGA Award Nixed

California State University isn’t exempt from a state law that allows employees to sue on behalf of a labor agency, but isn’t liable for $2.9 million in penalties awarded to an asbestos expert who alleged violations of the state’s Occupational Safety and Health Act, a state appellate court said Friday.

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Are New Pipelines Doomed? Oil & Gas Delivery Explained

A series of high profile legal setbacks has some in the industry asking—is it still possible to build pipelines in America?

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