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Ban on ‘telemed abortions’ moves forward in Nebraska legislature

Nebraska’s legislature made a move yesterday toward a ban on ‘Telemed abortions’ in the state, which opponents have pointed out are already outlawed. The legislature gave initial approval of a bill that would make it a felony for doctors in Nebraska to perform abortions through a remote webcam system, which is a program currently being used in Iowa. Kansas and Arizona have already passed legislation that will limit this service in their state.

Vinyard shows ‘willingness to work’ with St. Johns Riverkeeper on Georgia-Pacific pipeline

Nearly five months ago, the St. Johns Riverkeeper first launched its campaign against a pipeline that will reroute much of the waste from Georgia-Pacific's Palatka paper mill into the St. Johns River, a project the Riverkeeper says is a disaster waiting to happen. Though the Riverkeeper has received no response from Gov. Rick Scott (despite a massive email campaign and the collection of thousands of signatures against the pipeline), there may be hope for their cause yet, from the Scott-appointed head of the state Department of Environmental Protection.