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    (Source: CNN - Cable News Network Inc) BLITZER: Secretary Clinton and Senator Sanders, you can now move to your lecterns while I explain a few ground rules. As moderator, I'll guide the discussion, asking questions and follow-ups. You'll also get questions from Dana Bash and Errol Louis. You'll each have one minute and 15 seconds to answer questions, 30 seconds for follow- ups. Timing lights will signal when your time is up. Both candidates have agreed to these rules now. Opening statements, you'll each have two minutes. Let's begin with Senator Sanders. (APPLAUSE) SANDERS: Wolf, thank you very much. CNN, thank you very much. Secretary Clinton, thank you very much. When we began this...

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    The two Democratic presidential candidates met for their ninth debate in Brooklyn Thursday. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton squared off against Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders at a debate hosted by CNN at the Brooklyn Navy Hard’s Duggal Greenhouse. The moderators were CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer, chief political correspondent Dana Bash and NY1 host Errol Louis. Here is a full transcript of the debate. BLITZER: Secretary Clinton and Senator Sanders, you can now move to your lecterns while I explain a few ground rules. As moderator, I’ll guide the discussion, asking questions and follow-ups. You’ll also get questions from Dana Bash and Errol Louis. You’ll each have...

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    In Pakistan, where temperatures soared above 100 degrees for days on end, more than 800 people died in the recent heat wave. And the same could happen here. A newly released report from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), describing the public health implications of climate change, versus climate action, offers two different visions of our future: in one, 2,600 people just in the major cities in the Northeast, from DC to Boston, die due to extreme temperature in the year 2100, compared to 190 if mitigation actions are put into effect now. Now consider that number increasing to 12,000 deaths annually in just 49 US cities due to extreme temperatures, if there are no emission reductions....

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    (Source: California Air Resources Board) Below is the List Serve Post you selected to display. newsclips -- ARB Newsclips for February 12, 2016. Posted: 12 Feb 2016 15:03:50 ARB Newsclips for February 12, 2016. This is a service of the California Air Resources Board's Office of Communications. You may need to sign in or register with individual websites to view some of the following news articles. CAP AND TRADE Transit agency goes all electric, using cap-and-trade money. A Los Angeles County transportation agency yesterday pledged to convert to an all-electric fleet of buses, a move that it said made it the first in the nation to go all green. The Antelope Valley Transit Authority (AVTA)...

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    On March 17, 1892, exactly one year after its first issue, The Daily Camera — that upper-case "T" was official — published an editorial celebrating and conflating its aims with those of an Irish icon: "Today is the anniversary of St. Patrick and The Daily Camera. St. Patrick died several years ago at a ripe old age, while the Camera still lives and today starts upon its second year about as healthy a child as can be found in the Wild West," the editors wrote. "St. Patrick had a mission on earth and well did he fulfill it. ... The Daily Camera also has a mission, and in its humble way is striving to instill the breath of progress into Boulder County." A century and a quarter...

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    (Source: California Air Resources Board) Below is the List Serve Post you selected to display. newsclips -- ARB Newsclips for February 10, 2016. Posted: 10 Feb 2016 14:31:31 ARB Newsclips for February 10, 2016. This is a service of the California Air Resources Board's Office of Communications. You may need to sign in or register with individual websites to view some of the following news articles. CAP AND TRADE How Obama picked up the pieces on climate change. Harry Reid delivered the bad news to the White House: President Obama's hopes for the Senate to approve a historic cap-and-trade bill were dead. Even with a near-supermajority of 59 seats, opposition in Obama's own party ahead of the...

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    (Source: Council of Ministers of the Republic of Bulgaria) JYRKI KATAINEN: WE NEED TO SUPPORT BULGARIA TO ACHIEVE ENERGY SECURITY AND ENSURE THAT EUROPE HAS A WELL-FUNCTIONING ENERGY MARKET 16 April 2015 The European Fund for Strategic Investments can really be of help to small and medium enterprises. I am convinced that Bulgaria can benefit from this mechanism, Vice-President of the European Commission Jyrki Katainen said after his meeting with Prime Minister Boyko Borissov in the Council of Ministers. He said that the goal was to encourage private companies to be active and submit projects to Fund.He added that the European Fund would also contribute to public-private partnerships, in...

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    (Source: The Heritage Foundation) May 23, 2016 | Backgrounder on Regulation By James L. Gattuso and Diane Katz The Obama Administration is responsible for an unparalleled expansion of the regulatory state, with the imposition of 229 major regulations since 2009 at a cost of $108 billion annually (using the regulatory agencies' own numbers). The actual costs are far greater, both because costs have not been fully quantified for a significant number of rules, and because many of the worst effects-the loss of freedom and opportunity, for example-are incalculable. The need for reform is urgent. The White House, Congress, and federal agencies routinely breach legislative and even constitutional...

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    (Source: California Air Resources Board) Below is the List Serve Post you selected to display. newsclips -- ARB Newsclips for February 22, 2016. Posted: 22 Feb 2016 14:08:00 ARB Newsclips for February 22, 2016. This is a service of the California Air Resources Board's Office of Communications. You may need to sign in or register with individual websites to view some of the following news articles. AIR POLLUTION China's smoggy capital to double air monitoring stations. China's smoggy capital will almost double the number of air monitoring stations to give a better idea about the true state of the city's air quality, Xinhua state news agency said on Monday. An extra 30 stations will be added...

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    (Source: The Heritage Foundation) No matter one's personal opinions on the climate effects of man-made greenhouse emissions, the Obama Administration's proposed climate-change regulations will exact a high price on Americans and have a negligible impact-if any-on global temperatures. The EPA has already put into place several greenhouse-gas regulations; however, the most far-reaching regulations are set to be finalized this summer. Known as the Clean Power Plan, these regulations have garnered bipartisan concern at all levels of government due to the threats the Clean Power Plan poses to the economy, quality of life, reliability of the national power grid, and constitutional separation of...

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    Eversource Energy (NYSE:ES) Q4 2016 Earnings Call February 22, 2017 9:00 am ET Executives Jeffrey R. Kotkin - Eversource Energy James J. Judge - Eversource Energy Leon J. Olivier - Eversource Energy Phil Lembo - Eversource Energy Analysts Michael Weinstein - Credit Suisse Securities (NYSE:USA) LLC Julien Dumoulin-Smith - UBS Securities LLC Greg Gordon - Evercore ISI Christopher R. Ellinghaus - The Williams Capital Group LP Travis Miller - Morningstar, Inc. (Research) Praful Mehta - Citigroup Global Markets, Inc. Paul Patterson - Glenrock Associates LLC Michael Lapides - Goldman Sachs & Co. Operator Welcome to the Eversource Energy Fourth Quarter Earnings Call. My name is John, and I'll...

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    (Source: The Office of the Governor of the State of Arizona) Chief Justice Bales, Members of the Legislature, Judiciary and fellow Arizonans, it is truly a privilege, and a pleasure, to be back in this chamber, at this podium. It is an honor and tradition I value, and I am grateful for your warmth and hospitality. Thank you. It's also nice to not be the new guy anymore. It appears we have a new seating chart. Two new Supreme Court justices, 24 new members of the House and Senate. A powerful new backdrop. Speaker Mesnard and President Yarbrough. You guys look pretty good up there. Along with Leaders Hobbs and Rios, I'm excited to continue working together on areas of common ground. Welcome...

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    (Source: Arizona Department of Insurance) NEWS: Insurer annual assessment statements were NOT mailed 7/9/2015 as previously planned. We expect statements will print 7/21/2015 and assessment payments will be due 8/21/2015. Filing Exemptions ANTHEM DATA SECURITY BREACH: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield (Anthem) reported that it has been a victim of a cyber-attack and there was a breach involving the personal information of its policyholders. According to Anthem, up to 418,640 Arizona residents are impacted. The Arizona Department of Insurance is monitoring the Anthem security breach and want you to protect yourself if you think you may be an affected policyholder. What...

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