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U.S. Water and Power Are Shockingly Vulnerable to Cyberhacks (1)

When the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power was hacked in 2018, it took a mere six hours. Early this year, an intruder lurked in hundreds of computers related to water systems across the U.S. In Portland, Oregon, burglars installed malicious computers onto a grid providing power to a chunk of the Northwest.

Dynagas’ $4.5 Million Deal With Shareholders Gets Initial Nod

Dynagas LNG Partners LP’s proposed $4.5 million settlement in a lawsuit alleging it misled shareholders about charter contracts for its specialized tankers has received the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York’s preliminary approval.

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The Long Fight for Environmental Justice Continues

Environmental justice gained traction in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Forty years later, impacted communities still have limited legal options to combat negative environmental impacts.

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