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The carefully designed anti-Keystone demonstration in D.C. put a dramatic face on the movement.
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California cities edge closer to a comprehensive plan for riders and drivers to sensibly share the streets.
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In North Carolina, Waterkeeper Alliance routes around a lax state regulator to collect evidence of toxic dumping.
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