GOP Fights Climate Change Goals Based on Imagined Cost

As floods drown the Midwest and fires scorch the West Coast, renewable energy like solar and wind power will become an essential part of combating climate change. As experts emphasized Thursday that lawmakers must act quickly, Republicans pushed back and said proposals like the Green New Deal are far too costly.  

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Colorado GOP a Minority in Numbers, But Not in Voice

Colorado Republicans exercised every power they could through the 2019 legislative session, refusing to be counted out as the minority party as they packed hundreds of constituents into committee meetings, filed lawsuits, and revived the tradition of reading full bills out loud. Will it be enough to keep the swing state’s pendulum in motion?

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ACLU Sues Over Near-Total Abortion Ban in Alabama

Abortion providers backed by the American Civil Liberties Union filed an anticipated lawsuit Friday morning challenging the constitutionality of Alabama’s near-total ban on the procedure, kicking off a legal battle that supporters of the ban hope will land in the nation’s highest court.

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