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Washington’s legislative session, the longest in state history, did not deliver the money environmentalists wanted for toxic cleanup, oil transportation safety, or natural resources.
An analysis of forests across the globe shows that the first trees humans cut down in a forest are the most harmful for wildlife and biodiversity.
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