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Legislatures and governors are moving aggressively against conservation measures and regulations they see as too burdensome to business interests.
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House Republicans forced through a partisan budget plan that has no chance of Senate passage but would pare spending by $5.8 trillion over ten years.
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Libyan forces loyal to Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi have been firing into residential areas with a weapon that has been banned by much of the world, witnesses say. Photographs : Misurata's Civilians Face Deadlier Attacks
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Five NATO service members and at least four Afghan troops were killed by a suicide bomber as the Taliban warned it would step up its infiltration of local forces. Evan Vucci/Associated Press By SABRINA TAVERNISE Washington Mayor Vincent C. Gray has had an awkward first 100 days, with allegations of nepotism and inflated salaries. He was detained at a Monday protest. Crime Scene
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