On Stage With Sanders, Maryland Candidate Unveils Single-Payer Plan

Joined by Sen. Bernie Sanders to unveil his plan for universal health care, the Democratic candidate for Maryland governor said his state is better positioned than any other to adopt a single-payer system.

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Archdiocese Argues Transit Authority Ban on Christmas Ad Unreasonable

A federal judge heard oral arguments Tuesday from the Archdiocese of Washington about whether the court should force the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority to run its Christmas-themed advertisements on public buses.

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Agencies Rush Strategy to Delist Endangered Grizzly Bear

As grizzly bears move from the northern ranges of Montana onto the plains, wildlife agencies are scrambling to remove the population from endangered species protection. But opponents of the delisting have hinted that legal challenges and regulatory hurdles lie ahead.

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Walmart, Feds Cop to Violating California Truck-Emissions Rules

Walmart will pay to install a filtration system at one or more schools near the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach by next year, part of a settlement Wednesday over the retail giant’s failure to complete emissions-system upgrades on its fleet of trucks.

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Environmentalists Sue to Stop Water Pipeline in Mojave Desert

Environmental groups sued the Trump administration in federal court on Tuesday, claiming its approval of a project that aims to pump billions of gallons from desert aquifers in California’s Mojave Desert to supply thirsty coastal cities is illegal.

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