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Courtesy Washington Department of Ecology
Eastern Washington is in for another hot, dry summer. But – spring rains mean the west side of the state will no longer face a drought.
The renewable energy industry is growing quickly in the U.S. as utilities transition from fossil fuels to cleaner energy, like wind and solar power. In some places, renewable energy faces opposition.
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