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EPA "Secret" Biofuel Provider Deficit Trumps Pledge to Farmers

Although the president Donald Trump floats the idea of ​​more ethanol sales, critics say that movements from his environmental protection authority would undermine the support for corn farmers. On Thursday, Trump said that the government would probably allow the year to sell gasoline containing as much as 15 percent ethanol, a mixture called E-15. However, some legislators and ethanol producers …

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Deputy veteran Hector Barajas becomes an American citizen

Barajas has become a well-known leader for an increasingly vocal group of deported veterans, many of whom have made their home across the US-Mexico border in Tijuana. Whether the US government should deport people who have served the country is a debate at the crossroads between two key areas of US politics: immigration and the military. So how did we …

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Ryan supports McCarthy as successor while Conservatives consider a bid

House Speaker Paul Ryan delivered a firm approval by Majority leader Kevin McCarthy to succeed him as GOP leader next year as a group of Conservative Republicans said they are considering a bid to block the election to build their own influence. "We all believe Kevin is the right person," said Ryan in an interview for NBC's "Meet the Press" …

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Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein tells him he is prepared to be kicked

The same sources spoke to Rosenstein several times during his time as Attorney No. 2 at the Justice Department, saying that Rosenstein now seems to be less keen than he has been in earlier times when the president has criticized him. [19659002] They described former Rosenstein as anxious and upset under the pressure of public criticism for his role in …

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Oklahoma teachers strike for higher pay, education funding

After nine days, Oklahoma teacher training, with trainers who demanded more money for salaries and classroom needs, ended on Thursday. Instead of continuing strike, the largest teacher association demanded members to move the focus to choose educators in November that are more in line with their requirements. Oklaws Republican Governor has already signed legislation to increase the salaries of the …

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Temps in the 70s before difficult weekend storms

Today: Warm and sunny. High: 79 Tonight: Most Clear. Low: 53 Tomorrow: Evening storms possible. High: 80 »For a detailed forecast, visit the Weather Page in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Enjoy Friday's weather as severe storms can cause harmful wind, hail and short tornados over the weekend, according to Channel 2 Action News. Late afternoon / evening storms possible Saturday before …

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Congress confirms former coal lobbyist for top EPA jobs

Congress confirmed a former coal lobbyist for number two at the Environmental Protection Agency of the week. Interested in Trump Administration? Add Trump Administration as an interest in keeping up to date on latest news, video and analysis from Trump Administration from ABC News. In a partial vote, the Senate confirmed Andrew Wheeler as EPA's Deputy Administrator. Wheeler is the …

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NJ Mega Million's winner is Richard Wahl of Vernon NJ

CLOSE Nancy Levan and Nash Riad talk about the winning Mega Millions ticket sold at the Lukoil petrol station on Route 23 in Riverdale, New Jersey. Jai Agnish / NorthJersey.com Richard Wahl, Vernon, NJ is the winner of the $ 533 million Mega Millions Jackpot. His dream is to rebuild a 1965 Corvette. (Photo: Jai Agnish / NorthJersey.com) TRENTON – …

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