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U.S. Senate committee to examine worst-ever bird flu outbreak
CHICAGO - The U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee will hold a hearing on the nation's worst-ever outbreak of bird flu in poultry, a notice issued on Thursday said.
Thursday, June, 11, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Push for quality education, decent jobs needed to end child labor
LONDON - Almost 170 million youth are trapped in child labor, deprived of education and facing a life without decent jobs, the International Labor Organization said on Wednesday.
Wednesday, June, 10, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Migrants race through Italy to dodge EU asylum rules
BOLZANO, Italy - Last month, Dejen Asefaw was rescued with hundreds of other migrants in the Mediterranean Sea and brought to Sicily. The 24-year-old graduate from Eritrea, who endured forced military service and prison at home, hopes to be granted asylum in Europe.
Wednesday, June, 10, 2015 - Reuters - News

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U.S. Supreme Court takes up Tyson Foods class action challenge
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to take up Tyson Foods Inc.’s challenge to an almost $5.8 million judgment awarded against the company over worker pay at an Iowa meat-processing facility in a case that gives the nine justices a new chance to curb class action litigation.
Monday, June, 08, 2015 - Reuters - News

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In Kentucky, talk of a 'war on coal' gives way to hope for new economy
HARLAN COUNTy, KY - When Dan Mosley became head of Kentucky's Harlan County government this year, he promised - like those elected before him - to defend the state's beleaguered coal industry. But Mosley also vowed to do something else for his county: help build a new economy based on something other than coal.
Thursday, June, 04, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Bird flu and fear persist in Minnesota’s Stearns County
The spread of bird flu in central Minnesota seems to have slowed a bit. But producers and poultry workers in Stearns County say their livelihoods will take a while to recover from the virus that has killed more than 8.4 million birds on 104 Minnesota farms.
Thursday, June, 04, 2015 - Minnesota Public Radio - News

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Eminent domain difficult to navigate
“The government wants to force me to sell them my land. Can they really do that?” Eminent domain. It sounds ominous just when you say it aloud. With the government’s expanding role in our lives, eminent domain is becoming more relevant to North Dakota landowners. And lawyers are busier than ever in this field.
Thursday, June, 04, 2015 - - News

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New global development goals must address modern slavery
NEW DELHI - Governments must address human trafficking and slavery in a global development pact later this year, Nobel Peace Laureate Kailash Satyarthi said on Monday, warning that the credibility of humanity was at stake if countries failed to deliver.
Monday, June, 01, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Summit addresses biotech, bioenergy, biomaterials issues
FARGO, N.D. — The Bakken oilfields of western North Dakota and Montana are busy, but renewable energy is both popular and growing.
Monday, June, 01, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Administration releases Clean Water Rule
On May 27, the Obama administration released the controversial Clean Water Rule designed to protect the nation’s drinking water. The legislation, however, is the subject of criticism from farm leaders and some members of Congress who still refer to it by its original name, the Waters of the United States rule.
Monday, June, 01, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Europe's top oil firms jointly call for carbon pricing
LONDON - Europe's top oil and gas companies urged governments around the world to introduce a pricing system for carbon emissions, as governments meet in Bonn, Germany, on Monday to work on a U.N. deal to fight climate change.
Monday, June, 01, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Farmers analyze new water rule: Does it go too far?
Farmers who worry that the federal government wants to regulate mud puddles on their land are examining a 297-page rule the Obama administration released Wednesday.
Wednesday, May, 27, 2015 - Forum News Service - News

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COOL comes under pressure
Summer meals for many begin on the grill. What if I told you the sanctity of throwing a burger or steak on the grill is under attack? And this attack is specifically directed at your rights as a consumer?
Tuesday, May, 26, 2015 - - News

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Minnesota dairyman says buffer legislation worrisome
Bruce Asfeld is one farmer who is glad Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton’s full plan to install 50-foot buffers on waterways everywhere didn’t pass the way it was proposed. Dayton unexpectedly vetoed the compromise legislation May 23, leaving more uncertainty about what the final law could stipulate.
Monday, May, 25, 2015 - Agweek - News

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STB should restrike balance for shippers
The U.S. Surface Transportation Board recently announced it will hold hearings in June to address whether the system for challenging rail rates can or should be made simpler and less expensive.
Monday, May, 25, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Bayer CEO sees multinational state aid for antibiotics
German drugmaker Bayer expects the world's largest economies to pool billions of euros in funding for the development of antibiotics against the growing threat of drug-resistant superbugs, its chief executive said on Friday.
Friday, May, 22, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Monsanto's move on Syngenta could mean move away from glyphosate
Monsanto Co., the world's largest seed company, is also known for the popularity of its Roundup herbicide, a weedkiller beloved by farmers and homeowners alike for its speed and deadly assault on tough weeds.
Friday, May, 22, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Campbell Soup's profit beats on lower promotions, higher prices
Packaged foods maker Campbell Soup Co. reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit, helped by lower promotions, higher selling prices and cost cuts. Shares of the company, known for its soups, Pepperidge Farm cookies and Goldfish crackers, rose 1.5 percent in premarket trading on Friday.
Friday, May, 22, 2015 - - News

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Syngenta says Monsanto proposals won't appease regulators
Swiss crop chemicals maker Syngenta said on Wednesday that Monsanto's proposal to sell Syngenta's entire seeds business to pave the way for a merger of the two groups would not be enough to allay regulators' concerns about the tie-up. "The Syngenta bo
Wednesday, May, 20, 2015 - - News

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Monsanto says would divest all of Sygenta's seed business
Monsanto Co., the world's largest seed company, said on Wednesday it plans to divest all of Syngenta Ag's seeds and traits assets as well as some overlapping chemistry assets to get regulatory approval for its takeover of its Swiss rival.
Wednesday, May, 20, 2015 - Reuters - News

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