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House appropriators advance ag, energy bills

Chellie Pingree, D-Maine, thanked subcommittee Chairman Robert Aderholt, R-Ala., and Ranking Member Sanford Bishop, D-Ga., for “basically ignoring most of the cuts in the president's budget. I appreciate that you've used reasonable numbers. I'm sorry 


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House appropriators advance ag, energy bills - Agri-Pulse

WASHINGTON, June 28, 2017 - The House Appropriations Committee’s agriculture and energy subcommittees approved bills today that reject most of the cuts sought by President Trump. The bill approved by the panel’s ag subcommittee would still cut discretionary spending at USDA, the Food and Drug Administration and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission by $876 million from fiscal 2017 levels. The $20 billion funding level was below what most subcommittee members would have liked, which prompted criticism of some specific cuts, but there also was an understanding that it could have been worse. Chellie Pingree, D-Maine, thanked subcommittee Chairman Robert Aderholt, R-Ala. I’m sorry that we have $876 million in cuts, but that’s a lot better” than the $4 billion reduction sought by the Trump Administration. The bill preserves current funding levels for the Environmental Quality Incentives Program and Conservation Stewardship Program and provides $2. 8 billion for agricultural research programs, including the Agricultural Research Service and National... The research funding “will not only ensure our nation has a stable and abundant food supply but also maintains our country’s competitiveness in the global marketplace,” Aderholt said Wednesday. He said he didn’t support the administration’s proposed closure of 17 research facilities, but rather directed USDA to “prioritize research activities” and reallocate funds from matured projects. Aderholt also mentioned the bill’s “continued investment in ARS buildings and facilities consistent with the ARS’s Capital Investment Strategy. The bill includes $2. 6 billion for rural development programs, including level funding of $1. 25 billion for rural water and waste program loans, a program Trump had targeted for elimination along with the Rural Business-Cooperative Service and... Bishop said he was pleased to see $1. 4 billion in Food for Peace grants and $185 million for the McGovern-Dole international school feeding programs in the bill, both of which had been zeroed out in the Trump budget proposal. But he also said he hoped “that we will be able to work to increase funding for both as we continue and go through this process. Bishop also criticized the lack of a budget resolution providing a “full list of subcommittee allocations. “Marking up just one bill at a time without a full list of allocations leaves us effectively working in the dark,” he said. , however, criticized the lower funding levels for both programs – $200 million less for Food for Peace and $16 million less for McGovern-Dole. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue “said his motto was, ‘Do right and feed everyone,’ ” DeLauro said. DeLauro said she was pleased with language in the bill preventing USDA from purchasing Chinese processed chicken for school lunches and breakfasts, but said she was concerned about USDA’s move to allow imports of Chinese poultry products. “China has repeatedly faced serious challenges with weakened enforcement of food safety laws and regulations, including problems specifically with poultry products,” she said, adding that the country is now dealing with what she called an “ avian... “We have no ability to oversee” China’s processing facilities before the product is imported into the U. S. , she said. DeLauro also criticized the bill’s endorsement of USDA’s decision to put a hold on school nutrition standards that would have required more whole grains and lower sodium levels and prohibited the serving of 1 percent flavored milk. She also said the bill underfunds FDA programs needed to ensure public health and safety. “We continue to add more responsibilities to their plate without increasing funding,” DeLauro said. “We cannot do more with less, we can only do less with less. The bill includes funding for Food Safety Modernization Act activities, including a provision funding “for USDA’s extension service to serve as the sole educator at the farm level on FSMA regulations instead of FDA officials,” Aderholt noted. Pingree expressed gratitude that there was no attempt in the bill to halt or further delay the organic livestock rule or the Farmer Fair Practices Rule, also known as the “GIPSA rule” because it comes out of the Grain Inspection, Packers and... USDA announced in April it was delaying the effective date of the rule until Oct.

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new addition to the Union Bank Tower and Annex (Royal Tower) 500 - 504 Main Street built in 1903/04 - Red River college restores historic bank tower in Winnipeg PETER CAULFIELD correspondent Red River College (RRC) in Winnipeg is bringing the old Union Bank Tower back to life as the new home of the college’s hospitality and tourism program, as well as the college’s first student residence. The tower is located downtown at Main Street and William Avenue, a block from the college’s Princess Street campus and just a few blocks north of the Manitoba capital’s famously frozen corner of Portage and Main. It will also include three street-level restaurants. The building is slated to reopen in the spring of 2011, which is 107 years after it first opened its doors. When it re-opens, the National Historic Site will be known as the Paterson GlobalFoods Institute. The first phase of construction, which began in fall 2009, focused on heritage restoration. The second phase will begin...
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Graduation ceremony for 136 cadets of the North Carolina National Guard’s Tarheel Challenge Academy at the Sampson County Agri-Exposition Center, in Clinton, North Carolina, Dec. 12, 2014. It completes a journey began at the academy campus in Salemburg, North Carolina. A tough, hard challenge started 22 weeks ago with a residential military style school of equal parts discipline, service, duty and education. Perhaps the prayer lead by a now graduate of the academy puts it best. “Thank you for this second chance.” The cadets earned this chance by more than 8,500 hours of service to the community. They volunteered at a local senior living center, food bank, the Adopt a Road program, state park conservation, disaster preparedness, other civic organizations and the Special Olympics. “We will remember this for rest of our lives,” said Zachary R.M. Jessie, academic honor graduate during the graduation ceremony. (U.S. Army National Guard Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Robert Jordan, North...
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CLINTON, N.C. – Cheers met cadets of the North Carolina National Guard's Tarheel ChalleNGe Academy at their graduation ceremony at the Sampson County Agri-Exposition Center here, June 14. The pomp and circumstance of a traditional graduation blended with the discipline of a military style academy. The military-style boarding school in Salemburg, N.C. is run by the NCNG for high school age at risk youth who join the program. Intensive class work prepares the students for their taking a GED test (a nationally recognized high school-equivalency credential) and future schooling. “I do not reckon I could be more proud,” said Owen Willis, father of Cadet Thomas Bowles. (U.S. Army National Guard Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Robert Jordan / Released)

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