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House Committee Passes Tech Bill, Asian Officials Tour Meat Facilities

  • The House Science, Space and Technology Committee voted Tuesday to advance a bill intended to stop the Environmental Protection Agency’s use of what Republicans call secret science to write regulations.

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Meeting Regarding North First Street Thursday

Yakima city officials will talk Thursday about upgrading the city's front door -- North First Street.

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Survey Shows Americans Waste 133 Billion Pounds of Food

  • A recent survey by USDA’s Economic Research Service estimates 133 billion pounds of all food available for consumption in the U.S. went uneaten in 2010 and 58.4 billion pounds of that was in the meat, poultry and fish category.

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Supreme Court Rules Against EPA, Monsanto Looking at Takeovers

  • On Monday the Supreme Court said the Environmental Protection Agency could not rewrite specific standards for power plant and factory emissions of greenhouse gases written into the law according to the Washington Post.

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Senators Look to Stop EPA Law, Oregon Investigating Illegal Pesticide

  • Last Thursday, Kansas Senator Pat Roberts and 29 other Republican Senators introduced legislation to prevent the Environmental Protection Agency from implementing its proposed Waters of the U.S. rule.

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Death Tax Repeal Act Moving Forward, Migrant Workers Battling Farms

  • Texas Congressman Kevin Brady’s Death Tax Repeal Act has 218 co-sponsors. The proposed legislation would repeal estate taxes.

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City Council Planning North First Street Improvements

The Yakima City Council has put the revitalization of North First Street on the fast track.

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Cantor’s Defeat Kills Immigration Reform, EPA Proposal Under Fire

  • House Majority Leader Eric Cantor lost his primary Tuesday night to Tea Party candidate Dave Brat.

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Yakima Car Dealer Fighting Sign Ordinance

A Yakima businessman who owns a car dealership says he is upset the city is threatening to remove signs at his business to enforce the city sign ordinance.

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Water Resources Act Signed, Farmers Union Welcomes Class to Institute

  • President Obama has signed the Water Resources Reform and Development Act, also known as WRRDA, which will put Americans to work modernizing our water infrastructure and restoring some of our most vital ecosystems.

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