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SCOTUS Ruling Opens Door to Wetlands Destruction

The EPA Removes Federal Protections for Most of the Country’s Wetlands James Doubek/NPR “This rule spells out how the Sackett decision has undermined our ability to prevent the destruction of our nation’s wetlands, which protect drinking water, absorb floods and provide habitat for wildlife,” said Jim Murphy, the National Wildlife Federation’s director of legal advocacy. […]

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Separation of church & state? Trump Supreme Court shows how bad it’s going to be with order putting churches above public health

Freedom from religion is a Constitutional right as is freedom of religion: “The Trump court puts the right of churches to hold large services above the right of everyone else to live safely.” Trump Supreme Court shows how bad it’s going to be with order putting churches above public health Laura Clawson Daily Kos Staff

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Women’s March October 17th to protect rights from Trumps’ right wing SCOTUS list

Women’s March October 17th Link below for locations and to sign up  We have big news,  In the wake of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing, thousands of Women’s Marchers gathered across the country in their communities to honor the life and legacy of the notorious RBG. Together, we showed the world that this movement is

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SCOTUS Lead Paint Ruling Could Open Door to Corporate Liability for Climate, Gun Violence, and Opioid Crises

“Like the lead paint case, we have an industry that knew its products could inflict serious damage and continued to promote those products anyway,” explained Vic Sher, a San Francisco attorney who represented the city of Imperial Beach and San Mateo and Marin counties in a climate suit. SCOTUS Lead Paint Ruling Could Open Door

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