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  • Over-regulation: Trump right to curb EPA rules

    Re: “EPA targets Obama crackdown on mercury from coal power plants,” (TNT, 12/29). I’m sad to admit I agree with the EPA reducing its regulations for toxics in the environment.

    thenewstribune
  • Virginia investor tries to curb Dominion’s influence

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) - Rich people using their wealth to try to influence politics is nothing new, but not many launch multimillion-dollar crusades against their local electric company. That's just what Charlottesville investor and Democratic donor Michael Bills is doing in Virginia, where's he's taking on Dominion Energy, the state's

    The Washington Times
  • Virginia investor tries to curb Dominion’s influence

    Rich people using their wealth to try to influence politics is nothing new, but not many launch multimillion-dollar crusades against their local electric company. That's just what Charlottesville investor and

    thenewstribune
  • How Trump's 'invisible wall’ policies have already curbed immigration

    As Trump demands a border wall, his administration has successfully made it more difficult for immigrants to enter the country to work, visit family and flee violence and poverty Donald Trump’s frenzied preoccupation with expanding the wall on the US-Mexico border that, two years into his presidency has yet to materialize, often eclipses the very real ‘invisible wall’ he has constructed to exclude immigrants. Trump has taken the extreme step of threatening to declare a national emergency if...

    the Guardian
  • Governor announces new plans to curb Baltimore violence

    Maryland's governor has announced new measures to crack down on gangs and repeat violent offenders in Baltimore. Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican who easily won a second term last year,

    thenewstribune
  • Spending too much time on your phone? How to curb your usage this year

    While most of us can admit to loving our smartphones, some of us can also admit that the addiction is real. Buzz60's Natasha Abellard has the story.

    www.usatoday.com