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Topic - Michael Simpson
A Fayetteville sixth-grader and his mother will spend part of their weekend working to ensure that his classmates don't go hungry.
House Republicans are attempting to slash funding for climate-change programs and reduce the power of regulatory agencies in a spending bill for next year that Democrats call an assault on the environment.
High-resolution satellites put long-standing privacy issues in a new light, said Michael Simpson, executive director of the Colorado-based Secure World Foundation, which studies peaceful uses of space.
Airplanes have long been able to take high-quality images, but satellites can do so largely undetected, he said.