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Plaskett introduces legislation to adopt the Revised Organic Act and its amendments as the US Virgin Islands Constitution

United States Virgin Islands Delegate Stacey E. Plaskett (D) has introduced legislation to adopt the Revised Organic Act of the Virgin Islands and its amendments as the Constitution of the Virgin Islands, a bill now known as HR 3026. The territory is one of two US...

A walk with invasive species

In my brief time as an editorial intern for Pasquines in Washington, DC, I spent most of my days off walking around the city. On my walks, I encountered a bird that I found to be startlingly different. It was a European Starling, a bird I had never seen before. It was...

Movement arises to protect Guam’s sacred lands

On January 25, 2022, a local activist group, Prutehi Litekyan, filed a lawsuit against the US Air Force’s applying for a Hazardous Waste Management Facility Permit to burn and detonate military waste munitions as it does not comply with NEPA (National Environmental...