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Minnesota Sen. Tina Smith, as well as Reps. Angie Craig and Dean Phillips, all Democrats, reported transactions involving companies influenced by committees they sit on. Republican North Dakota Sen. John Hoeven also reported potential conflicts.
Sens. Amy Klobuchar and John Hoeven: "Together we are leading efforts to pass the bipartisan Promoting Rural Exports Act to create a Rural Export Center within the U.S. Commercial Service to help rural businesses export their products to new international markets."
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.”
Work will start soon to raise a four-mile stretch of Interstate 29 south of Fargo that will elevate the freeway above the 500-year floodplain, keeping it high and dry when the metro flood diversion operates in extreme floods.
Congress needs to hold Trump accountable for his despicable un-American behavior.
The senior senators from the two states also said they were confident that Congress would approve a COVID-19 aid package before Christmas.

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ST. PAUL -- U.S. Sens. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., and John Hoeven, R-N.D., are urging the Trump Administration to support rural America during the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly for farmers who produce the nation's food supply.
Democratic House leaders moved the impeachment inquiry into a new phase by releasing two proposed articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.
WASHINGTON--Farmers usually worry about the weather and how much they will be paid for crops and livestock, but this summer many have a bigger worry: What federal officials will do for--or to--them.

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