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Letter to the editor: Plant-based dairy a viable option

Pittsburgh Tribune Review 13 Jun 2021
June is National Dairy Month. Time to review the financial, ethical and nutritional burden created by the dairy industry ... But help is on the way ... Lindstrom is executive director of the Farm Animal Rights Movement. Support Local Journalism and help us continue covering the stories that matter to you and your community. Support Journalism Now >.
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‘Highly Offensive’ Gag Orders in Media Subpoena Cases, Lawyer Says

Voa News 13 Jun 2021
The New York Times was placed under a similar order in March of this year, at the same time a few top executives were informed of an ongoing government effort to secure the email logs of four reporters, the Times reported last week ... Mathews said the Justice Department’s actions are damaging to journalism.
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Peta Credlin appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia in Queen’s birthday honours

The Observer 13 Jun 2021
On Monday, Credlin was made an AO for her “distinguished service to parliament and politics, to policy development, and to the executive function of government.”. Prior to her move into journalism, Credlin served as the chief of staff for Abbott between 2009 and 2013, while he was ...
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Allen Johnson: In the age of COVID, model railroads find new relevance

News & Record 13 Jun 2021
As a child I spent part of my summers with my mother’s parents in Portsmouth, Va. Granddaddy and Grandma Kee didn’t officially live in the country ... They also had an outhouse, or as a citified kid like me saw it, a chamber of horrors ... Not me ... Allen Johnson is executive editorial page editor of the News & Record and the Winston-Salem Journal. .
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Truck safety proposals in Congress fall short again, advocates say. ‘It’s unconscionable.’

NJ dot com 13 Jun 2021
Automated braking systems would be required, but only on the heaviest trucks ... “This should be a no-brainer.” ... That provision in particular drew from the independent drivers association, with president and chief executive Todd Spencer calling it an effort “to further line the pockets of trial lawyers.”. Our journalism needs your support ... Jonathan D ... .
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RI Gov. McKee extended state of emergency despite vaccines, loosening restrictions. Why?

The Providence Journal 12 Jun 2021
Dan McKee signed an executive order to extend it ... “The underlying emergency declaration responds not only to the pandemic itself but to its after effects,” McKee’s office told The Providence Journal.
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Tampa Bay Times reporters win the newsroom’s 13th Pulitzer Prize

Tampa Bay Times 12 Jun 2021
“What Kathleen and Neil unearthed in Pasco County has had a profound impact on the community,” said Mark Katches, Times executive editor. “This is what the best investigative journalism can do and why it is so essential.”. The Pulitzer Prizes in journalism, books, drama and music were announced virtually at Columbia University in New York on Friday.
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Megha Rajagopalan wins Pulitzer for reports on Chinese detention camps

The Telegraph India 12 Jun 2021
Rajagopalan from BuzzFeed News is among two Indian-origin journalists who won the US' top journalism award on Friday ... “What Kathleen and Neil unearthed in Pasco County has had a profound impact on the community,” said Mark Katches, Times executive editor. “This is what the best investigative journalism can do and why it is so essential.”.
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Indian-origin journo wins Pulitzer for exposing China’s Muslim detention camps

The Siasat Daily 12 Jun 2021
Rajagopalan from BuzzFeed News is among two Indian-origin journalists who won the US’ top journalism award on Friday ... What Kathleen and Neil unearthed in Pasco County has had a profound impact on the community, said Mark Katches, Times executive editor. This is what the best investigative journalism can do and why it is so essential.
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Indian-origin journalist wins Pulitzer for exposing China's vast infrastructure for detaining MuslimsBarred from China, Rajagopalan ...

Deccan Herald 12 Jun 2021
Rajagopalan from BuzzFeed News is among two Indian-origin journalists who won the US' top journalism award on Friday ... “What Kathleen and Neil unearthed in Pasco County has had a profound impact on the community,” said Mark Katches, Times executive editor. “This is what the best investigative journalism can do and why it is so essential.”.
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Whiting's Writings: Man, I feel like a woman

Index-Journal 12 Jun 2021
How many emails do you get a day?. If it’s anywhere near the volume many of us get at the IJ, I feel your pain. If the number of emails in my inbox was instead $5 bills, I’d be out the door. In only one week. Certainly many of the emails are relevant. Most people seem to prefer email over phone calls ... Whiting is executive editor of the Index-Journal ... ....
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Area hotels struggle to keep up with a ‘dire’ and unprecedented staff shortage

The Kingstown Independent 12 Jun 2021
“There have been weekends where I’ve had to let rooms go vacant because we didn’t have enough people to clean them,” said Sloan Dean, chief executive of management company Remington Hotels, recently told The Wall Street Journal ... tasks when it gets busy, according to The Journal.
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‘A lot to prove’: Can ‘green’ boost propel North Idaho's Bunker Hill to reopen as ...

News-Press Now 12 Jun 2021
Sam Ash, Bunker Hill Mining Corp.’s chief executive officer, is leading the effort in Kellogg, and he recently moved to town to oversee it ... It’s not only mining executives who have tied demand for metals to green technology. The authors of a recent study in the scientific journal Nature Communications made a similar case.
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Black, Latino workers in N.C. had to play 'Russian roulette' during COVID-19. The toll was steep.

News & Record 12 Jun 2021
Bob Ford, executive director of the North Carolina Poultry Federation, a trade group that represents the state's leading poultry companies, acknowledged that "when you're in that kind of workplace, the damn virus is going to spread." ... Support Local Journalism.
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Breaking: San Juan coal plant could run without carbon capture for several more years

Albuquerque Journal 11 Jun 2021
Given the delays, Enchant now says it will just keep running the plant as is, starting July 1, 2022 — the day after PNM and other co-owners turn the facility over to the Farmington Electric Utility, company executives told the Journal this week ... “We now have a term sheet executed ...
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