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2015/03/26 21:24
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ILLINOIS -- It may soon be legal for you to again hunt bobcats in Illinois. The Senate Agriculture Committee has approved legislation to control the growing bobcat population. Illinois is only one...
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2015/03/26 15:56
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... what mayors do. They lobby Congress to provide resources for their city.” – Maxine Waters TRAFFIC gridlock is worsening in the Bonifacio Drive, City Proper due to the on-going road-widening...
2015/03/26 08:57
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Because Arkansas is a farming state that relies on commercial livestock for broad livelihood, the state cannot possibly issue licenses and make inspections at dog-breeding operations, sometimes called...
2015/03/25 18:53
2015/03/25 18:53
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The key issues of education, economic development and taxes have taken a back seat in Helena in recent days to the issue of whether the state should designate Scobey Soil at the official state...
2015/03/25 11:57
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WASHINGTON -- Confusion about which waters are regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency under a proposed rule would have "devastating" effects on farmers in eastern and southern Arkansas,...
2015/03/25 04:23
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Washington A proposed change to federal clean-water regulations is drawing criticism from members of a Nebraska farm group. Morrill County Farm Bureau President Jeff Metz criticized the proposal...
2015/03/25 04:17
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At a Senate Agriculture Committee hearing Tuesday, Heitkamp made it clear the rule would hurt farmers, ranchers and many others in North Dakota. "North Dakota is experiencing a wet cycle which puts...
2015/03/24 18:44
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Attorney General Leslie Rutledge testified this morning before the federal Senate Agriculture Committee in opposition to the Environmental Protection Agency's proposed rules to clarify protections for...
2015/03/20 21:13
2015/03/20 21:13
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Farnham, 67, was sentenced to eight years in prison Thursday after pleading guilty to trafficking in child pornography, but, sadly, is said to be mere months from death, ailing with cancer and...
2015/03/20 20:59
2015/03/20 20:59
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National News AP National News CalendarMarch 20, 2015 19:32 GMT By The Associated Press Eds: Major scheduled events for the week of March 22-28. Note that many events are subject to change at the...
2015/03/20 18:30
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States to test ways to send food stamp recipients to work WASHINGTON (AP) - Ten states will test new ways to get food stamp recipients back to work, using Agriculture Department grants aimed at...
2015/03/20 05:30
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Updated: Thursday, March 19 2015, 11:32 PM CDT SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) -- A proposed ban on using drones for hunting is advancing in the Illinois Senate. The legislation would outlaw the use of the...
2015/03/18 12:44
2015/03/18 12:44
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Plenty of free eats and drinks for legislators today despite the ban on same by Amendment 94. Not to worry. The legislature has unilaterally declared that if they call something a planned event...
2015/03/17 18:59
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Senators Lamar Alexander and Bob Corker on Tuesday introduced the Tennessee Wilderness Act that would designate nearly 20,000 acres in six areas of the Cherokee National Forest as wilderness...
2015/03/17 15:29
2015/03/17 15:29
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Agricultural producers, including farmers and ranchers, buy crop insurance to protect themselves against loss from natural disasters or from declines in agricultural commodities prices. Congress added...
2015/03/16 19:57
2015/03/16 19:57
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — An Indiana Senate committee is considering a bill that lawmakers say could speed up the federal approval process to grow industrial hemp in Indiana. Senate Agriculture Committee...
2015/03/16 08:37
2015/03/16 08:37
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TRAVERSE CITY (AP) -- A state advisory panel says people who raise chickens or other livestock in cities and suburban areas should not have the same protections from nuisance lawsuits as farmers in...
2015/03/15 04:16
2015/03/15 04:16
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LANSING – Michigan›s diverse and prodigious agriculture industry will celebrate Food and Agriculture Month again throughout March this year – a commemoration solemnized last week with a proclamation...
2015/03/14 00:59
2015/03/14 00:59
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National News AP National News CalendarMarch 13, 2015 23:03 GMT By The Associated Press Eds: Major scheduled events for the week of March 15-21. Note that many events are subject to change at the...
2015/03/12 09:02
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The production of industrial hemp has been illegal in the U.S. since a federal statute was passed and signed by President Roosevelt in 1937. Still, there has been a substantial demand in the country...
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