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Millions of PG&E Customers Lose Power

Oct 9, 2019

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Public health officials say the number of people who have died or have gotten ill after using e-cigarettes or other vaping products is rising, and they're still trying to figure out why. It's led to plenty of warnings about e-cigarettes and put a spotlight on illegal vaping operations.

Bristol, Wis., is just north of the Wisconsin-Illinois state line. In early September, law enforcement officials conducted a raid at a condo unit located in a winding subdivision of new homes and houses still under construction.

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What does the law say about who holds the power? Corey Brettschneider is our next guest. He's a Brown University professor and author of the book "The Oath And The Office: A Guide To The Constitution For Future Presidents."

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The Nobel Prize for chemistry goes to people whose work in chemistry charges much of our lives. They worked on batteries - lithium-ion batteries in particular, which power anything from phones to electric cars.

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