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Will The Senate Block The Climate Change Bill?

Will The Senate Block The Climate Change Bill?

It took the White House to work relentlessly last Friday to get enough votes in the House to pass a landmark bill, and one of the Obama administration’s top legislative priorities:

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Politicians Who Voted “No” On The Clean Energy Bill

This opinion piece is dedicated to all the Democrats and Republicans who voted against the American Clean Energy & Security Act at the U.S. House of Representatives on Friday. Not often do news publications list the names of public officials who don’t vote for some of these bills, but here at the NEWS JUNKIE POST we may do this regularly.

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Personal Care Products Can Impact Unborn Babies Negatively

Careful what you put near or around your womb if you’re pregnant. Scientists in London have found that unborn babies can still suffer from exposure to chemical compounds, especially those from shampoo, soaps and other personal care products.

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EPA: Americans Can Have Lower Utility Bills, More Jobs For ¢25 A Day

The results of a study announced on Tuesday, shows that Americans could enjoy cleaner air, save money on utility bills, and see substantial job growth for about ¢25 more a day.

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Asian Countries On “A Race” To Lead World With Green Technology

The United States has been very successful at having some of the most intelligent scholars, scientists, and inventors in the world. For example, Americans have done extraordinarily well at creating consumer electronics, but not too good at mass producing them. It is actually in Asian countries like Japan that the best cell phones, TVs, and […]

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