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Wednesday, September 16, 2015
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CEI Report Examines Right to Work Stakes in Missouri Showdown


A new CEI report explains how the people of Missouri would greatly benefit from becoming a right to work state, giving people choice over labor union membership. This week, the state legislature is expected to vote on whether to override the governor’s veto. > Read more

> Interview Trey Kovacs



Southern Ocean Carbon Sink Stronger than Previously Thought
Two new studies find that the Southern Ocean carbon sink has become stronger rather than weaker, contrary to what some scientists previously thought.
In climate parlance, a “carbon sink” is anything that absorbs more carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere than it releases, while a “source” is anything that emits more CO2 than it absorbs. > Read more


CEI's Battered Business Bureau:
The Week in Regulation

It was a short work week due to the Labor Day holiday, but agencies still found the time to finalize new regulations covering everything from unfinished wood to fleeing felons.


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