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Ohio passed legislation in 2018 that increased funds for capping oil and natural gas wells with no identifiable owners or that are bankrupt. But an analysis of state data shows the rate they’re being capped has been declining at 5% per year since the 1990s.
DePaul survived a Yellow fever epidemic, the Civil War, and a devastating fire while staying true to its mission of providing care for the less fortunate for generations. But it could not survive Sentara Healthcare’s determined lobbying that strangled its efforts to evolve its business model.
Update: Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission rejects our complaint against Judge Hall, saying it “does not intervene in pending cases…. You may refile, with a copy of the final order, “and the Commission will consider your allegation at that time.”
On Feb. 16, Hatch Act Unit Chief Ana Galindo-Marrone responded to our inquiry and affirmed the case against Betsy DeVos was still open. She promised to send us a letter with her determination once the investigation was complete.
On Oct. 15, 1991, Clarence Thomas secured his seat on the Supreme Court, a narrow victory after a bruising confirmation fight that left him isolated and disillusioned. Open this article in the New York Times Audio app on iOS.
CHEVELON BUTTE, Ariz. — The AES Corporation announced June 1 the start of commercial operations for phase one of the Chevelon Butte wind farm. The project is located on the Chevelon Butte Ranch in Coconino and Navajo Counties, Arizona.
When forecasters predicted that oppressive heat would settle over much of the South for days this month, one of the first thoughts for staff members at the Mobile Botanical Gardens was how to protect their most sensitive plants.