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Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

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USDA’s June supply and demand report was neutral to bearish on new crop corn ending stock with an increase to…

John Thune

Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

Thune OK With Senate Primary

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South Dakota republicans will have a Senate primary next June.

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Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

Noem Calls Split Farm Bill A Start

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South Dakota Congresswoman Kristi Noem said it is a start.

WaterTap

Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

Water System May Receive Drip Of Funding

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The Lewis & Clark Regional Water System is closer to at least a little more federal funding.

Dave Heineman

Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

Heinemann Hopes For Results From Committee

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Members of the Nebraska Tax Modernization Committee have held their first session…a work session, a primer on taxes.

Steve King

Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

King Says No To Immigration Bill

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Iowa Congressman Steve King is leading opposition to the push to pass some sort of immigration reform through the U.S. House.

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Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

Voter Registration Forms To Be Changed

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An edit has been ordered on new Iowa voter registration forms.

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Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

Flood Stays Out Of Race

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Former Nebraska Legislative Speaker Mike Flood says he considered getting back in the race for governor after his wife’s health improved

CornField

Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

NCGA Supports House Farm Only Legislation

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Thursday the U.S.House voted 216 to 208 along party lines to approve a farm only farm bill. National Corn Growers…

Washington DC

Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

Farmers Union Leader Concerned With Split Farm Bill Passing

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National Farmers Union is concerned with the heavily partisan vote taken in the House Thursday to approve a farm bill…

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