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Save the earth's libraries

November 20, 2006

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FROM THE moment early in his first term when President Bush reneged on his campaign promise to regulate carbon dioxide emissions, the Bush years have not been good ones for the Environmental Protection Agency. The latest blow has been the shutdown of five of the agency's regional libraries and the limiting of hours at others, including the branch in Boston. (Full article: 428 words)

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