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Who is to blame for the nation’s deadly opioid epidemic? That’s the question at the heart of MDL 2804, largest civil action in U.S. history.
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An internal report obtained by the Washington Post found that several archaeological sites at the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument “likely will be wholly or partially destroyed by forthcoming border fence construction.”
President Donald Trump says his administration is revoking California’s authority to set auto mileage standards stricter than those issued by federal regulators.
Trump’s EPA plans to revoke a waiver that has empowered California to set tougher auto pollution standards than those required by the U.S. government.
The city of South Gate is trying to mimic conditions before the explosive growth of L.A. after World War II that allowed certain rare native fish to thrive.
After more than seven decades of ownership, the Rouch family will sell their piece of the Sierra Nevada to Save the Redwoods League, a century-old conservation group that has long hankered after the property.
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The legislative clock runs out on two California bills seeking to phase out single-use plastic containers and ease the state’s recycling crisis.
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