U.S. Cities Ban Natural Gas to Combat Climate Change/ Northeast Getting Snow/ GSM News
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4 Killed on Slick Roads as Snowstorm Hits Plains, Midwest
At least four deaths have been attributed to dangerous travel conditions as a snowstorm swept through the Plains and Midwest.
About 100 miles northwest of Detroit, three women were killed in a head-on collision Monday morning near the town of Charlotte, according to WLNS.com. All three victims were traveling in the same car, while the driver of the other vehicle was hospitalized but is expected to recover, the report added.
U.S. Cities Ban Natural Gas to Combat Climate Change; Gas Ranges on Chopping Block
The fight against climate change is coming to our kitchens – and our bathrooms and laundry rooms.
Cities across the United States are banning the use of natural gas in new construction; others are considering such a ban. That could mean the end of gas ranges, heating systems and clothes dryers in new homes.
Berkeley was first.