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Climate change amplifies deadly Tennessee wildfires — but state law lets teachers lie about it

Raw Story Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Scientists say that climate change has intensified the deadly wildfires raging through the Appalachian Mountains, but Tennessee state law gives teachers the right to tell students that the science is wrong. According to a New York Times report on Tuesday, the wildfires have been responsible for at l...
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News video: At least four killed in deadly Tennessee wildfires

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Crews continue to battle explosive wildfires in Tennessee. The fires have claimed at least four lives. CBS News correspondent DeMarco Morgan joins CBSN with the latest details.

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