Even if congressional opponents of normalizing relations with Cuba were to pass sweeping legislation to stop what President Obama wants to do, he could veto it and they are unlikely to muster the two-thirds majority to override a veto.
The Peterson Institute for International Economics estimates that exports of U.S. goods to Cuba could reach $4.3 billion a year, compared to less than $360 million last year.
A decision on whether protections are warranted will be reached by the end of the fiscal year on Sep
State program links farmers with coyote hunters and trappers.
West Coast port slowdown causes fry rationing at McDonald's in Japan.
Drought-parched California hit by more storms.
Plunging gasoline costs caused U.S. consumer prices to drop in November, muting inflation across the entire economy.
SHAKA Movement attorney Michael Carroll says the judge’s ruling on Monday will allow his clients to file their own motions and to respond and object to plaintiff motions.
The conservation easement was supported by the U.S. Forest Service and the state of Wyoming. It preserves a migration corridor used by elk as well as riparian habitat along the Snake River.
The law is designed to prevent large producers from controlling the distribution chain and squeezing out competitors. Members of the Idaho Beer and Wine Distributors Association say the Anheuser-Busch purchase means 10 Barrel now occupies two tiers.
The ruling makes it clear that federal law has precedent over state law as it pertains to construction of the high-speed rail line.
The potash application is a follow-up to earlier treatments with the bacteria-based pesticide Zequanox and copper.
The new unit will combine the law enforcement authority of the attorney general’s office with the livestock investigations authority of the agriculture department.
The company and its directors are charged with conspiring to make and use false statements and documents, sell misbranded meat and commit mail and wire fraud.