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Discolored Slopes Mar Debut of Snow-Making Effort

By LESLIE MACMILLAN Rudy Preston Yellowish traces (look closely) at Arizona Snowbowl, where snow made from wastewater was deployed for the first time over the holidays. After a decade of legal battles, a ski resort in Northern Arizona recently became the first in the world to make artificial snow totally …

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Right-Wing Judges Seek to Close the Courthouse Doors to Public Interest Claims

Imagine if, prior to arguing Brown v. Board of Education on behalf of the NAACP, future Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall instead had been forced by pro-Jim Crow judges to pay substantial penalties for “grossly abusing the judicial process” by asserting what they deemed to be frivolous arguments. Had that …

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