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Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., and Deputy Secretary of the Interior Tommy Beaudreau toured Theodore Roosevelt National Park with park Superintendent Wendy Ross on Tuesday and discussed opportunities to update and improve the Painted Canyon Visitors Center as well as reviewing the progress of repairs for the Scenic Loop Drive in the TRNP South Unit.
The bill provides the Food and Drug Administration with authority to ensure that products with water buffalo are marketed as “water buffalo” so consumers do not think the product contains bison, which is commonly referred to as buffalo in the United States. Bison products would continue to be labeled as “bison” or “buffalo.”
Minn., ND, SD senators don't break ranks.
All three said they were in a secure location as the Capitol was put on lockdown and also condemned the violence.
To be clear, all three members of the delegation are still touting themselves as Trump supporter. They likely will for some time to come. Actions speak louder than words.
Too many Americans believe the political opposition is evil. It's a short hop and a skip from there to picking up an ax.

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Thomas Alexander Starks, 30, is under federal criminal investigation, a U.S. prosecutor said Tuesday, Dec. 29. He was booked on state felony criminal mischief charges on Dec. 24 and released this Monday after posting bond, according to court records.
Thomas Alexander Starks is charged with a felony count of criminal mischief.
The Market Facilitation Programs, Wildfire and Hurricane Indemnity Program-Plus and the Coronavirus Food Assistance Programs helped save farms. But most people in agriculture acknowledge that public and Congressional support for such programs is waning.

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