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- Wisconsin governor bans plastic microbeads
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- The Interior Department releases a plan to save the greater sage grouse
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The West Coast could soon become a destination for huge volumes of tar sands crude oil -- one of the world's dirtiest fuels -- setting back efforts to combat climate change and exposing communities to significant new health and environmental risks. Call it a tar sands invasion.