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The June issue of Prairie Business includes our take on President Barack Obama's historic May visit to South Dakota to deliver the commencement speech at Lake Area Technical Institute in Watertown.
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If history and the political lineup are any guides, President Barack Obama's latest effort to cut subsidies for wealthy farmers likely will fare no better than his first try — or his predecessor's attempt.
A three-year freeze in spending on many domestic programs, which President Barack Obama is expected to call for when he delivers his first State of the Union message to Congress on Wednesday, likely would have little effect on commodity subsidies and other major farm programs, Rep. Collin Peterson, D-Minn., said.
By Chuck Haga, Grand Forks Herald
January 26, 2010
It was late Friday when the House passed legislation that would, for the first time, require limits on pollution blamed for global warming — mainly carbon dioxide from burning fossil fuels. Now the Senate has the chance to change the way Americans produce and use energy.
President Obama’s new federal budget proposal is likely to touch off the second round of political battles over farm subsidy payments in less than a year and has received mixed reactions from North Dakota and Minnesota congressional leaders.
Matt Bewley, Grand Forks Herald
March 01, 2009
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