With damage from spending cuts already being seen, an end to oil subsidies would be welcome but nowhere near enough.
Here's a little context for the "largest criminal penalty" in history.
Lyft takes off in California, clearing a regulatory hurdle and expanding into L.A. Meanwhile, Getaround is getting bigger in Portland.
But they're not as satisfied as Democrats are with the military. Because Gallup's latest poll is a gauge of bias more than anything.
We'd rather spend $16 billion on a year's worth of crop insurance than 35 cents more for a gallon of gas. And don't even think about a carbon tax.
Shell beats back a lawsuit over pollution in Nigeria, and Chevron scores a point in its fight to avoid paying for its mess in Ecuador.
Only seems fair.
In reality, the city worries that its infrastructure can handle the shifts.
Animal advocates expect Big Ag will fight even harder against whistleblowers this year.
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