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California Slaughterhouse Allegedly Sold Meat From Cows With Cancer

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By Lydia O’Connor The nearly 9 million pounds of beef recalled from a California slaughterhouse this month may have come from cows sick with cancer, inside sources are now claiming. Rancho Feeding Corp., currently under investigation by the U.S. Department of Agriculture after inspectors demanded the processing plant recall a year’s worth of beef, was […]

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State Department's Keystone XL Contractor Selection Did Not Violate Federal Rules: Report

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By James Gerken WASHINGTON (AP) — The State Department’s inspector general says a contractor that helped write an environmental review of the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline complied with federal rules regarding possible conflict of interest. A report issued Wednesday said the contractor, Environmental Resources Management, fully disclosed its previous work with the pipeline operator, […]

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For Hispanic Families, Affordable Energy is Key

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By Javier Palomarez Hispanic families and businesses are thriving in the United States. Our nation’s more than 53 million Hispanics are playing a vital role in America’s economy. To ensure that opportunities for our families and communities continue to grow, we must support balanced energy solutions. Upward mobility relies heavily on disposable income and wealth […]