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Snowed-In At Kentucky’s Pine Mountain: What The Past 2 Years Have Taught Us About Disconnecting

I am standing at the window in a nearly 100-year-old cabin, waiting for the snowstorm to begin. It is late morning in early January, and I am at the edge of the Cumberland Plateau in southeast Kentucky, at 1,450 feet of elevation on the east face of Pine Mountain. The forecast calls for anywhere from four to eight inches of snow, which is expected to begin in the early afternoon and fall well into the night. The park ranger told me, when I arrived at the lodge, to be prepared to be snowed in, and that it would be unlikely... Read More

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I Was One Of The Lawyers Who Helped Win Marriage Equality And Yes, The GOP Can Take It Away.

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