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Activists Say New Laws To Protect Critical Infrastructure Aim To Silence Them

Climate activists protesting oil and gas are the first charged under a new critical infrastructure law in Texas. Supporters say the laws protect ports, pipelines and other sensitive places.

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Find Ready Quavius
Theme from Frankenstein William Stromberg & the Moscow Symphony Orchestra
Sure Hatchie
Put the Love in It New Jackson
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Because The Beatles
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NRA Was 'Foreign Asset' To Russia Ahead of 2016, New Senate Report Reveals

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Scattering Light Hammock
Westbound Train Flowering Inferno

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Activists Say New Laws To Protect Critical Infrastructure Aim To Silence Them

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I'd Love to Stay Sweeps & Semp Uru
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Slumlord's Re-Lease Neon Indian
I Can't Forget Leonard Cohen
I Can't Get Started Duke Ellington

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Kristin Chenoweth Is Doing It 'For The Girls'

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Crazy Kristin Chenoweth
The Louder I Call, The Faster It Runs Wye Oak
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