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Environmentalists and East End residents on Long Island showed support for a proposal at a public hearing last week to move Montauk’s businesses inland.  

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Connecticut State Police have released more than a thousand pages of documents from the investigation into the 2012 Newtown school shooting. The documents were provided to the Hartford Courant as the result of a years-long Freedom of Information case.

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Have you ever thought about what happens to all the materials you throw into the recycling bin? How much of it actually gets recycled. A series published by a Long Island newspaper says the majority of it ends up in landfills. Ron talks with the reporters on that series to find out how recycling really works. Today’s guests:

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Connecticut Comptroller Kevin Lembo is commending the state for making progress towards accepting the idea that gay couples can successfully adopt and raise children.

Curbing Climate Change

Dec 7, 2018
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The most recent climate change report from the government was a disturbing wake-up call. It says changes must be made now or we all face a climate catastrophe in the future. Ron speaks with one of the authors of the latest report, plus experts from Connecticut and Long Island about how our region is being affected by climate change and what needs to be done to stop it. Today's guests:

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