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Monday, May 1, 2017

RSN: Atlantic Coast Pipeline Would Require Extensive Mountaintop Removalm Juan Cole | As Millions March for Climate, Stab in Back by EPA & NYT

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Juan Cole | As Millions March for Climate, Stab in Back by EPA & NYT 
People gather near the Capitol before marching to the White House to protest President Trump's environmental policies. (photo: Astrid Riecken/Getty Images) 
Juan Cole, Informed Comment 
Cole writes: "At the same time that protests were mounted in cities across the US and the world, the Trump Environmental Protection Agency under denialist, shyster lawyer, and generally miserable human being Scott Pruitt removed its Climate Change web page." 
Congress Reaches Deal to Keep Government Open Through September 
Kelsey Snell, The Washington Post 
Snell writes: "Congressional negotiators reached an agreement late Sunday on a broad spending package to fund the government through the end of September, alleviating fears of a government shutdown later this week, several congressional aides said." 
Trump's 'Very Friendly' Talk With Duterte Stuns Aides and Critics Alike 
Mark Landler, The New York Times 
Landler writes: "When President Trump called President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines on Saturday, White House officials saw it as part of a routine diplomatic outreach to Southeast Asian leaders. Mr. Trump, characteristically, had his own ideas." 
Sebastian Gorka to Leave White House Amid Accusations of Links to Far-Right 
Guardian UK 
Excerpt: "Sebastian Gorka, an adviser to Donald Trump who has been under pressure over his links to Hungarian far-right groups, is leaving the White House." 
The Hidden Horror of Sex Assaults by K-12 Students 
Robin McDowell, Reese Dunklin, Emily Schmall and Justin Pritchard, Associated Press 
Excerpt: "Relying on state education records, supplemented by federal crime data, a yearlong investigation by The Associated Press uncovered roughly 17,000 official reports of sex assaults by students over a four-year period, from fall 2011 to spring 2015." 
After 40 Years, Moms of Argentina's 'Disappeared' Still Protest 
Excerpt: "The Mothers of Plaza de Mayo, one of the leading human rights organizations in Argentina, gathered with thousands of supporters to commemorate their 40th anniversary searching for justice for their stolen babies and the disappeared during the country's 'dirty war.'" 
Atlantic Coast Pipeline Would Require Extensive Mountaintop Removal 
Lorraine Chow, EcoWatch 
Chow writes: "A new briefing paper details how Dominion Energy's proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline would involve the blasting, excavation and removal of mountaintops along 38 miles of Appalachian ridgelines as part of the construction." 

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