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The new safety branch of California’s Public Advocate Office has lodged some of its first complaints against SDG&E’s wildfire mitigation plans, arguing that it lacks credible science and could actually make wildfires worse.
In heavily forested Northern California, where trees tower over power lines in some cases, branches can fall on a line and cause a spark.
That’s because the independent agency of the executive branch is a service that touches every person in the country, every residence, and every business.
With bank branches closed, it has been harder to make large cash deposits.
Its branches have donated to Republican politicians and it controversially purchased the Silent Sam Confederate statue that was torn down at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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Within a neuron, electricity travels up its incoming branches, through the bulbous body, then down the output branches.
Luckily, there’s a branch of computer chip design heeding that call.
After five days, Putra found what he was looking for one evening, “lying on a low branch, probably sleeping,” according to the biologist.
Ecology is a branch of biology that explains how different living things interact with each other and their surroundings.
He also extended the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which was a decision by the executive branch not to enforce some of the immigration laws against people who had come to the country as children.

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