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1 The push for standing forest protections in US climate policy
2 North Haven First Selectman Named To State Council By Lamont
3 Speaker Series to Examine Topics on Citizenship and Equality
4 J. Steele. Obituary (2021)
5 Governor Newsom Announces Appointments 12.29.20 – The Pine Tree
6 President-elect Biden Announces Key Nominations for the Department of State
7 A tension as old as the country
8 Biden climate plan to address worsening Western wildfires, but it will take years
9 Dr. Gladys Elaine Sorensen Obituary
10 UBC ushers in historic Indigenous Strategic Plan with virtual celebration
11 Fired Southern University law professor loses fight over termination in court again
12 As protests against systemic racism erupt in the United States, Harvard Law professors weigh in
13 Dr. Lindsay M. Hunt Jr. Obituary
14 The Law School Admission Council won't penalize pass/fail grades
15 Christmas Tree Lighting: Student Leaders, President Harris Call on Toreros to be the "Light Out of Darkness"
16 Op-ed: A trillion trees to fight climate change sounds nice. Here's what it misses.
17 Harvard Forest Researchers Identify Maple Trees as Possible Foundation Species | News
18 How a public institute in Oregon became a de facto lobbying arm of the timber industry
19 The Energy 202: In an unusual move, Trump administration will protect a pine tree due to climate change
20 USC Marshall Business School Faculty Council E-Mail to Colleagues About the Greg Patton Matter
21 West Orange Residents Voice Concerns Over Status of Township Trees at Council Meeting
22 Reefer Madison: Majority of City Council proposes easing local marijuana laws
23 Historic first: A. Benjamin Spencer named dean of W&M Law School
24 What do these sacred trees tell us about Aboriginal heritage in Australia?
25 Iowa's 'Van Allen of the Humanities' recounts women's rights career
26 Uncharted territory: Legal experts weigh in on the COVID-19 outbreak
27 Regents weigh in on tuition, financial aid, university financial reserves, more
28 $2.5 million DOE grant to help MSU researchers measure benefits of growing trees for biofuel
29 On the first day of Christmas...teachers got a legal headache over blurring the line between church and state
30 Commentary: We sorted the facts on Charleston tree-cutting and found real solutions
31 Baltimore moves to protect forest patches | Policy & Politics
32 ISAIAH BAKER Obituary (2020)
33 Berkeley City Council abruplty ends discussion of expanding rent control because it runs out of time
34 Creighton faculty group formally complains, says president hasn't followed bylaws in provost search
35 MSU named Tree Campus USA for seventh consecutive year
36 Fair Lawn EDC Business Design Guidelines Approved by Council
37 Iconic Joshua trees have inspired many stories
38 “The time is now.”: Madison Common Council Pres. supports MPD body cameras
39 Meet the Democratic candidates for Executive Council
40 Legal questions on initiative petitioning continue rising in Boulder as coronavirus rapidly alters campaigns
41 '35-plus' violates the spirit of HK Basic Law
42 Revised tree ring data confirms ancient Mediterranean dates
43 Meet the candidates for Smithfield Town Council
44 Professors Balkun and Deyrup Publish Transformative Digital Humanities, Receive Grant
45 'Those bodies are swinging from local trees': Asheville reparations address discrimination locally, expert says
46 Thomas Broden Obituary (1924
47 Opinion: Sophie Hahn is an outstanding council member for Berkeley's District 5
48 Glen Rock Tree Lighting Brings Holiday Cheer, Memories to Locals
49 City pledges to change policing so 'law enforcement as we know it is not necessary'
50 Dacono City Council: Adam Morehead
51 2020 Voter Guide – Candidate Profile: Susan Taylor, Newport City Council At-Large
52 Community Briefs: PA Resources Council moves eastern headquarters to Rose Tree Park
53 SALSA names Mejicano Trailblazers, dedicates Family Trees
54 Cabin project upcycles ash trees for sustainable architecture
55 Boulder City Council gives initial approval to ’20 is plenty’ residential speed limits
56 Message from Chancellor Guskiewicz on spring planning and the Campus and Community Advisory Committee
57 For Mayor Romero, 1 million planted trees in city admittedly a 'big effort'
58 Class Notes
59 Oklahoma is – and always has been – Native land
60 Petition Admonishing Fair Lawn Mayor & Council Gaining Traction
61 Who is Wayne Hsiung, Berkeley City Council candidate for mayor?
62 Artificial intelligence reveals hundreds of millions of trees in the Sahara
63 After months of preparation, UNL College of Law welcomes students back on first day of in-person learning
64 Investigators Find State Timber Agency Corrupt
65 North Mankato cites property as 'nuisance': Some support yard as "Monarch waystation"
66 Palo Alto attorney plans to seek City Council seat
67 A city named Asbestos, venomous trees and more of this week's weirdest news
68 Our laws failed these endangered flying-foxes at every turn. On Saturday, Cairns council will put another nail in the coffin
69 RNC vs. NYC — Council backs borrowing — Essential workers lose overnight rides
70 Cederholm ties for 15th at Kissing Tree Invitational
71 Alhambra Council Holds Emergency Special Meeting to...Fund Rose Parade Float?
72 Singing Christmas Tree canceled
73 Climate Patterns Linked in Amazon, North and South America, Study Shows
74 Berkeley City Council to decide if voters should place ADUs, golden duplexes under rent control
75 Latest legal hurdle to removing Confederate statues in Virginia: The wishes of their long-dead white donors
76 The Pandemic Stimulus Cliff is Approaching
77 Robert Saunooke champions Native American issues in his career and in the ABA
78 New footage released of George Floyd’s fatal encounter with police
79 What Happened When a Public Institute Became a De Facto Lobbying Arm of the Timber Industry
80 Asheville water fees hit legal challenges
81 These common landscaping plants are now illegal to sell in Indiana. Here's why.
82 Marijuana ordinance passes in Morgantown City Council | Morgantown News
83 Over 8,000 healthy trees felled yearly as promised protections...
84 Panel, activist discuss racism in legal system, policing at Maurer student event
85 District 2 City Council candidates say they'll address environmental concerns
86 Governor Newsom Appoints Alpine & Stanislaus County Supervisors
87 Black Americans report hate crimes, violence in wake of George Floyd protests and Black Lives Matter gains
88 Tongass National Forest is 'America's Last Climate Sanctuary'
89 President-Elect Biden Announces Key Members of Economic Team
90 With 4 City Council seats up for grabs in Berkeley, here's who's donating
91 Why Placerville's lynching logo likely won't go anywhere soon
92 Jon Lender: Norfolk family fights 646-foot wind turbine, approved by state council without public hearing. It ‘will be looming over us.'
93 Every vote counts for this math student
94 NJ Pen 2020 Election Coverage: Meet the Haddon Heights Borough Council Candidates
95 Small Landlords Say DC Council Has Failed Them During Pandemic
96 Giant weeds slain by UQ innovation
97 Falcon Heights City Council upholds veggie garden ban
98 Artworks by Professor Laura Terry Selected for 64 Arts National Juried Exhibition
99 How Seattle's Police Chief Has Navigated The City's Protests For Racial Justice
100 Newport council OKs plan to remove some Balboa Island trees and test others