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abrams@time.North Dakota State Veterinarian Susan Keller said her office has not received confirmation of this virus in any swine in North Dakota at this time. cough, six-month proposition,S. that debate has taken several different forms Proactive policymakers have pushed to rework the National Flood Insurance Program which pays people to rebuild their homes after floods even in areas where climate-related damage is likely to strike again That program which is $25 billion in debt puts the burden of climate change-related natural disasters in the hands of the federal government and the taxpayer by extension Infrastructure experts have also pushed the federal government without much positive reception to rethink its disaster assistance dollars to incorporate climate change preparedness A group of pioneering cities and states have sought to address the question of who pays the costs of climate change differently pushing the oil and gas industry to pay for climate-related damages A series of lawsuits across the country have blamed the companies for years of polluting the planet while concealing evidence that emissions would contribute to devastating climate change The authorities behind the lawsuits brought by officials everywhere from San Francisco to New York state hope that courts will force the industry to pay up to cover the costs of damage and adaptation “Because of climate change we are incurring costs whether its the decision to raise a sea wall or installing air conditioning in schools” says Judith Enck a former EPA regional administrator now an adviser at the Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development “Were looking for them to pay their fair share” But courts have thus far expressed skepticism not necessarily at the fault of oil and gas companies but at the ability of the judicial system to deal with it "The problem deserves a solution on a more vast scale than can be supplied by a district judge or jury in a public nuisance case” wrote William Alsup of the US District Court in Northern California as he dismissed a suit from the cities of San Francisco and Oakland That may be But as the situation in California shows figuring out who pays for the devastation brought by climate change could not happen fast enough Write to Justin Worland at justinworland@timecomFormer Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin said in a recent interview that US immigrants should “speak American” and that she’d get rid of the Department of Energy if Donald Trump asked her to serve in his administration During a Sunday appearance on CNN’s State of the Union host Jake Tapper asked Palin what she thought of Trump’s insistence that fellow presidential hopeful Jeb Bush speak only English on the campaign trail "Its a benefit of Bush to be able to be so fluent because we have a large and wonderful Hispanic population thats helping to build America” she said according to The Wrap Then she added “We can send a message and say You want to be in America A youd better be here legally or youre out of here B when youre here lets speak American Lets speak English and thats a kind of a unifying aspect of a nation is the language that is understood by all" Trump recently said that Palin was “a special person” and that he’d “love” for her to be part of his administration if elected Palin herself told CNN that she’d be a qualified candidate for the Department of Energy given the former Alaskan governor’s knowledge of “oil and gas and minerals those things that God has dumped on this part of the Earth for mankind’s use” (Though as the Washington Post notes that’d make her a better fit for the Department of Interior) The job as energy secretary wouldn’t last long however “If I were head of that I would get rid of it” Palin said “And I would let the states start having more control over the lands that are within their boundaries and the people who are affected by the developments within their space” Write to Nolan Feeney at nolanfeeney@timecomThough love connections have been known to happen the message is not an advertisement for a dating service Rather it sums up the mission of CORE a young and growing Grand Forks ministry group"We really try to target young single people so they feel connected" said Kaia Lunde the Grand Forks woman who co-founded the group almost two years ago with friend Ryutaro Yoshihara "Sometimes the people after college get missed It’s not intentional but we saw a need in this town for fellowship"Lunde said she and Yoshihara believe college campuses do a good job connecting students to faith groups And churches generally do the same for young married couplesBut it’s the in-betweens who often feel they are left to fend for themselvesYoshihara was a member of the Chi Alpha campus ministry but he wondered if he was getting too old for the group Lunde said"It’s a hard transition after college anyway Some people are older . and it’s hard to get connected" she said "If you move into Grand Forks and you didn’t go to UND or you didn’t grow up here it takes intentional effort to find your niche I went through this stage in my life where I felt where is my place"I was connected in my church but I didn’t have somewhere else where there were a lot of other single people I am a Christ follower and I wanted to serve and spend time with other believers I wanted something more than just a meeting I wanted to share life share its struggles and joys"So for two years now CORE has been that place for Lunde and Yoshihara—a place where people can "feel embraced in the messiness of life"They along with up to eight other leaders meet twice monthly to bond plan events and build unity among young people who may belong to many different churches And once a month dozens of people attend an open worship night of song prayer and fun at The Ember in downtown Grand ForksCORE regularly organizes events to give people the chance to grow together in their faith and feel empowered to volunteer In August no fewer than 200 people gathered in Grand Forks’ Town Square for the group’s Citywide Worship Other events included tubing on the Red Lake River a bonfire Birthday Blitz to celebrate the group’s second anniversary and a Valentine’s Gala meant to make "single women feel loved and important even if they’re not dating anyone" More recently CORE held its first Friendsgiving on Saturday in Faith Evangelical Church in Grand ForksLunde said at least 70 people joined the Thanksgiving-style potluck complete with a photo booth round-robin Ping-Pong bag toss and other gamesLunde said she knows what it’s like to feel like an outsider She spent the first six years of her life growing up in Chad in central Africa where her parents were missionaries She grew up in Cooperstown ND, I would absolutely,Trump did not say what conditions would be needed for such a meeting to occur or when it could happen. is continually overshadowed by the woman whom she consistently beats. 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