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May 19, 2015


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Sue Engstrom

Who decided that Ag & Environment should be rolled into one?
The emergency funds for avian flu will be cut if the bill is vetoed.
This is why the Dems wanted the flu effort in a stand-alone bill.
But the Rs outmaneuvered (read Westrom) again, and got their highly-hated citizen board axed.

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