THE NEW FORTY Well now, that is concerning.
The lovely Amy Dalrymple, The Forum reporter in the oil patch and formerly a local education beat reporter (which is how I came to know her), recently penned an article about oil well blowouts. The ar... Posted on 9/5/13 at 8:35 AM
One candidate grew up on a farm, one in a rural community and one sat on the U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee. The three Democratic-Farmer-Laborite governor candidates sounded a lot alike Wednesday when they opposed more regulation of farmers and decried escalating property taxes. They all supported biofuels such as ethanol and biodiesel and blasted Republican candidate Tom Emmer and retiring Gov. Tim Pawlenty.
Resale, thrift and consignment shop owners who until Thursday feared new federal regulations would force them to close are relieved to learn their businesses are safe. New rules in the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act, set to take effect next month, require children’s products, including clothing, to be tested for lead and phthalates, chemicals that make plastics more flexible. The Consumer Product Safety Commission, responsible for enforcing the law, issued a statement Thursday, clarifying that the law does not require resellers to test children’s products for compliance with new lead limits before they are sold.
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