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Archive: June 20, 2007

Huron, SD - The House Agriculture Subcommittee finished their work on the final markups for the farm commodity title this week and South Dakota Farmers Union president Doug Sombke is worried it won't go far enough to help South Dakota producers. He's worried disaster protections will be left out of ...Read More

Des Moines, IA - Getting the most out of crops in Iowa maybe shouldn't only mean big crop yields. Jeri Neal is a researcher with the Green Lands, Blue Waters consortium who says the long-term success of Iowa's agricultural economy depends on whether it's sustainable environmentally which will mean i ...Read More

Las Vegas, NV - A federal plan to modernize the delivery of electric power nationwide raises serious state rights, property rights, and public land protections issues in Nevada. It's a plan widely criticized by states' rights groups, conservation organizations, Native Americans and private property ...Read More

Keene, NH - Two retired military leaders will brief New Hampshire residents this week on what they feel are the correct ways to wind down the Iraq war. In town hall-style meetings, retired generals John Johns and Robert Gard will discuss what they call New Hampshire's role in securing a responsible ...Read More

Washington, D.C. - More of our electricity could be coming from renewable sources in the coming years. Sen. Bingaman is pushing a provision in the new energy bill that would require utilities to get 15 percent of their energy from renewable sources, like wind and solar power by 2020. Jeremy Symons w ...Read More

Salem, OR - Time should be on your side. House lawmakers are expected to vote on bill as early as today that would strengthen the state's so-called SOUR law, Statute of Ultimate Repose law. The current law protects manufacturers of dangerous products from claims eight years after the product was s ...Read More

Washington, DC - Over 9 million American kids, including more than 28,000 in West Virginia, would get health coverage, under a plan being considered by Congress. The All Healthy Children Act would give more kids access to health care and preventive treatment, and make it easier for families to sign ...Read More

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