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( Vermont Bill Would Require Fossil Fuel Companies to Pay for Climate Damage
Apr 2nd 2024, 02:10

Source: ( U.S. News and World ReportThe Vermont Legislature is advancing legislation requiring large fossil fuel companies to pay a share of the damage caused by climate change after the state suffered catastrophic summer flooding and damage from other extreme weather. The state senate is expected to give final approval this week to the proposal, which would create a program that fossil fuel companies would pay into for climate change adaption projects in Vermont.


( Nigerian Takes to the Water to Raise Mental Health Awareness
Apr 2nd 2024, 02:09

Source: ( U.S. News and World ReportNigerian swimming coach Akinrodoye Samuel is raising awareness on mental health in Africa's most populous nation, swimming nearly 7.5 miles—the length of the longest bridge in Lagos, where many people have jumped to their death. A 2021 UNICEF report showed one in six Nigerians aged 15-24 were depressed, anxious, or had other mental health issues, yet the stigma of mental illness in Nigeria's conservative society makes it hard for people to...


( J.K. Rowling in "Arrest Me" Challenge Over Hate Crime Law
Apr 2nd 2024, 02:09

Source: ( BBC News - UK NewsJ.K. Rowling has challenged Scotland's new hate crime law in a series of social media posts—inviting police to arrest her if they believe she has committed an offense. The Harry Potter author described several transgender women as men, including convicted prisoners, trans activists, and other public figures. She said "freedom of speech and belief" was at an end if accurate description of biological sex was outlawed.


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