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"… o interview Navarro. The former economics professor from the University of California at Irvine is known for hardline skepticism of the current global trade sys …"

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"… n 55 days, compared to 90 days in 2005 and 113 days in 1995, data from the California Air Resources Board show. In a place where agriculture and oil rule, …"

"… e officer,” said Jared Blumenfeld, the EPA’s regional administrator in California until last year. “He swears an oath to uphold the Clean Air Act, and yet …"

"… egoat The conflict in the valley has roots going back 70 years. In 1947, California Gov. Earl Warren signed into law the Air Pollution Control Act, authorizin …"

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"… ,” said acting U.S. Attorney Sandra R. Brown for the Central District of California, in a statement announcing the suit. “The primary goal of publicly funde …"

"… s Act. Earlier this month, the government joined a similar case brought by California whistleblower James Swoben in 2009. Swoben, a medical data consultant, als …"

"… t one in three medical conditions Medicare paid UnitedHealth’s California plans to cover. In 2009, federal auditors found about half the diagnoses w …"

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"… in low-income schools. In 2013, Ferriss documented how students in rural California were expelled from regular school for disciplinary reasons — sometimes w …"

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"… e has for Democrats nationwide who are eager for a win. William Pearce, a California professor who gave Ossoff $240, said he’s hoping his contribution helps …"

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"… sp;Center for Public Integrity.  The Justice Department has joined a California whistleblower’s lawsuit that accuses insurance giant UnitedHealth Group …"

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"… orter Mike Mishak detailed his recent investigation into Big Oil's grip on California to C-SPAN, as well. Watch the interviews here:   Levine also appear …"

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"… BWXT Government Group, URS (since acquired by AECOM) and the University of California that operates Los Alamos National Laboratory, paid Wilson $195,717.52 betw …"

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"… duce wealthy individuals’ influence on politics, albeit from her home in California instead of Washington, D.C. Her immediate plans include teaching at the U …"

"… ashington, D.C. Her immediate plans include teaching at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, and joining the boards of “several” nonprofi …"

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"… y news developer Chris Zubak-Skees contributed to this story. …"

"… army,” said parent Rania Sabty-Daily. In traffic-clogged Southern California, plenty of people grasp the dangers of kids attending class close to busy …"

"… announce themselves. London’s killer 1952 fog that blacked out the sun. California’s historic brown smog. Beijing’s gray air, so poisonous that it keeps …"

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"… ave found elevated levels farther out, such as roughly 900 to 1,000 feet). California’s school-siting law, which aims to keep new schools away from freeways a …"

"… reeways and other major routes, uses 500 feet as the area of concern. The California law focuses on very heavily traveled roads, but there’s no true dividing …"

"… data-verification expert who is data manager at the University of Southern California’s Program for Environmental and Regional Equity, recommended this step.) …"

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"… have found elevated levels farther out, such as roughly 900 to 1,000 feet. California’s school-siting law, which aims to keep new schools away from freeways a …"

"… om freeways and other major routes, uses 500 feet as the area of concern. California’s law focuses on very heavily traveled roads, but there’s no true divi …"

"… her away as well,” said Barbara Weller, a toxicology expert who works at California’s Air Resources Board as supervisor for the population studies section o …"

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"… r named Robert David Taylor was walking through an oil field west of Taft, California, when he noticed a plume of steam coming from the darkened earth. Taylor, …"

"… w scalding geysers of oil, water and rocks as high as 40 feet in the air. California was in the midst of an oil boom. Crude prices had soared above $100 per ba …"

"… t and North Africa, energy companies were rushing to ramp up production in California, marching steadily out of century-old oil fields and into almond orchards, …"

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"… ership skills as well as capitalize on strengths I may not perceive.” …"

"… ees and the industry. Exchanging hundreds of notes, state officials at the California Department of Conservation and the Division of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Res …"

"… media responses with industry. Teresa Schilling, a state spokeswoman, said California’s oil agency “communicates openly with all stakeholders” and seeks i …"

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"… d. …"

"… e of CNN.com on Feb. 18, 2015. A fire raged blocks away from the Torrance, California, home her family had moved into only a month before. On a business trip ne …"

"… tagnated, local activism in the wake of the 2015 accident spurred Southern California regulators to revive a 27-year-old effort to ban HF. “Let’s see if we …"

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"… orted charter schools that are part of a network from Washington, D.C., to California of roughly 160 taxpayer-funded schools run by friends of the movement. Wh …"

"… ps. The Lone Star state is home to the most Gulen-linked charter schools. California has about a dozen of the schools, as do Florida and Ohio. Arizona, Illinoi …"

"… sp;between Americans and Turks, said Atilla Kahveci, vice president of the California-based Pacifica Institute, a Gulen-movement group that has organized lawmak …"

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"… lege admissions — questions for an upcoming guest, a black University of California at Berkeley vice chancellor who had also attended Cal. The campus enrolled …"

"… becoming possible as a massive new school-financing formula takes root in California. The new initiative suffers from a numbing moniker — the Local Control …"

"… 6.2 million students in the country’s biggest state. As in many states, California’s school districts are funded with a mix of local property taxes and sta …"

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"… e legislation. Then there’s first-term Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris of California, who also voluntarily e-files copies of these disclosures. Her spokeswoman …"

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"… make constructing and maintaining barriers challenging. As urban areas in California and Texas were fortified in the 1990s, many migrants headed into harsh des …"

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"… tended, from 1985 to 2010, were the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, the U.S. Army Engineer School in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, and others. …"

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"… y de la Peña, who survived a near-death experience with the chemical at a California paint company five years ago, was overcome seconds after he rushed into a …"

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"… bills stemming from police security for campaign events — from Vallejo, California, to the University of Pittsburgh. That’s according to a Center for Publi …"

"… Sanders campaign doesn’t dispute the debts. The cities of Santa Monica, California ($117,047), Irvine, California ($67,000); Tucson ($44,013), Spokane ($33,3 …"

"… ute the debts. The cities of Santa Monica, California ($117,047), Irvine, California ($67,000); Tucson ($44,013), Spokane ($33,318) and Vallejo, California ($2 …"

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"… olved with operations at Los Alamos and Sandia in New Mexico, Livermore in California, the Pantex Plant in Texas, the Savannah River Site in South Carolina, and …"

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"… 180. It came two years before a fire at the Chevron refinery in Richmond, California, sent a plume of pungent, black smoke over the Bay Area, and five years be …"

"… and five years before an explosion at the ExxonMobil refinery in Torrance, California, nearly unleashed a ground-hugging cloud of deadly acid into a city o …"

"… tration — OSHA — and the EPA to address what then-Rep. Henry Waxman, a California Democrat, years earlier had called “a quiet but deadly crisis.” In 19 …"

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"… ion to attend public colleges where they grew up. His suits have failed in California, Nebraska and Kansas. Kobach was also the architect of an Arizona law tha …"

"… culture appear stark to many — including Barry Bedwell, president of the California Agricultural Leadership Foundation. Agribusiness leans heavily Republican, …"

"… must be done at precise moments in time, so workers need to be available. California has much at stake in whatever the Trump Administration does here — and s …"

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