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Should there be a tax on meat?

It may be delicious, but the evidence is accumulating that meat, particularly red meat, is just a disaster for the environment – and not so great for human beings, too. Would a “meat tax” help cut its consumption?

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Music, plays, adventures planned for parks centennial

Last year, the National Park Service shattered its previous attendance record by 14 million, attracting more than 307 million visitors. This year, traffic is already up nearly 3 million in year-to-date comparisons. And while the service won’t project another record-breaking year, 2016 is shaping up to be perhaps its busiest summer, as judged by events created to celebrate its centennial year.

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Panther running back Jonathan Stewart brings ‘Shoes of Hope’ to his hometown

Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart - a Timberline High graduate - returns to downtown Olympia, Washington for his annual Samaritan's Feet shoe giveaway.
Tony Overman/The Olympian
Panther running back Jonathan Stewart brings ‘Shoes of Hope’ to his hometown 1:51

Panther running back Jonathan Stewart brings ‘Shoes of Hope’ to his hometown

Escazu Chocolates explains how Southern Season's bankruptcy effects local food market 1:48

Escazu Chocolates explains how Southern Season's bankruptcy effects local food market

Dog that dodged death, goes home with officer who saved her 1:44

Dog that dodged death, goes home with officer who saved her

North Carolina quintuplets turn 18 despite warnings from doctors 1:51

North Carolina quintuplets turn 18 despite warnings from doctors


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