Louisiana flooding (source - CBS News)
A surprise - the Intelligencer prints an AP article on the global warming debate
On Monday, the Intelligencer acknowledged that there is a debate going on over climate change by printing an edited version of a longer Associated Press analysis. For most of the article, the AP interviewed the general . . .
On Tuesday the Associated Press did a major story on a recent report by NOAA on climate change:
Earth's fever got worse last year, breaking dozens of climate records, scientists said in a massive report nicknamed the annual physical for the planet.
Soon after 2015 ended, it was proclaimed the hottest on record . The new report shows the . . .
"Chickens" and "Paul Ryan" are important, "global warming" -- not-so-much
What the Intelligencer covered
The most important story in this morning's Intelligencer (by headline and picture size) is obviously Moundsville's chicken problem. "Moundsville Has a Fowl Problem."
According to Alan Olsen:
The city is looking into regulating ownership of chickens within city limits, after reports of odor . . .
Yes, despite its absence from the Saturday morning "newspaper," the West Virginia legislature is still in session. Here are two bills making their way that I though you might find interesting:
Religious Freedom Bill
The House of Delegates has already passed the bill and yesterday the Senate Judiciary Committee passed it and moved it . . .
Here's a section of today's front page Intelligencer article from the Associated Press on Republican efforts to "rein in" the EPA:
The rules are among a host of regulations that majority Republicans have targeted for repeal or delay as they confront President Barack Obama on a second-term priority: his environmental legacy, . . .