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International trade agreements will avert chaos
International trade agreements will avert chaos
What would happen of every country started making up its own trade rules, based on the vagaries of local preferences?

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Wolf regulations get reality check
Wolf regulations get reality check
Wolf management rules are getting better as the populations grow.
Stock dog killers deserve punishment
Justice may fall short in case of 14 poisoned stockdogs.
Diversity helps protect Western farmers

A report by Oregon’s Office of Economic Analysis has encouraging words for Oregon’s farm and food industries.

The quarterly economic and revenue forecast by Senior Economist Josh Lehner predicts strong performance by...

Supreme Court ruling thwarts tyranny of regulators
Supreme Court ruling thwarts tyranny of regulators
The Supreme Court has sided with landowners in allowing judicial reveiw of jurisdictional determinations of the Corps of Engineers in Clean Water Act cases.
The Antiquities Act: Outdated and in need of reform
The Antiquities Act: Outdated and in need of reform
The original purpose of this act was to protect historic archaeological sites in the Southwest from looters and was never intended to lock up vast tracts of land.
Foreign guestworkers: A tale of two nations
The U.S. can learn from Canada when it comes to setting up a workable foreign guestworker program.
Column points out flaws in GMO report
As GMO debate continues, organic market continues to grow.

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Columns

Wyden-Merkley Amendment: The dog that ‘don’t hunt’
The Wyden- Merkley amendment needs new language before it is acceptable.
Opposing TPP: The half-truth and nothing else
There are a few key factors that the TPP opponents conveniently fail to mention and several blatantly misleading statements being spread.
The Antiquities Act: Outdated and in need of reform

Editorials

International trade agreements will avert chaos
What would happen of every country started making up its own trade rules, based on the vagaries of local preferences?
Wolf regulations get reality check
Wolf management rules are getting better as the populations grow.
Supreme Court ruling thwarts tyranny of regulators
Foreign guestworkers: A tale of two nations

Letters

Column points out flaws in GMO report
As GMO debate continues, organic market continues to grow.