ICYMI: Here are the highlights from the past week in the country social media world. That’s a wrap for this week. Check back next week for more of your country favorites.
Get artists like Thomas Rhett and Florida Georgia Line out on the road together, and thereâs bound to be some songwriting happening behind the scenes.
Democrats question the need for and purpose of a legislative hearing on refugee screening and assistance. Republicans say they’re answering Missourians’ concerns. A joint hearing of the Republican-led House and Senate’s budget committees asked state agencies what kind of assistance refugees get and how the state keeps tabs on federal assessments of refugees to check […]
Representative Genise Montecillo (D-St. Louis) believes Governor Jay Nixon (D) has been dodging lawmakersâ questions about his plan for the state to help pay for a new football stadium in St. Louis. She told Nixonâs Office of Administration Commissioner, Doug Nelson, she doesnât like the idea of extending the debt on the bonds that paid […]
The reaction from agÂ organizations, biofuels groups and politiciansÂ to Mondayâs RFS announcement ranged from relief to disappointmentÂ to outrage. One of the more positive reactions came from the biofuels advocacy group Growth Energy. âThe EPA volumes announced today are a move in the right direction,â said Growth Energy co-chair and POET CEO Jeff Broin, âand they correctly... Read more »
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Wisconsin Corn Growers Association president Casey Kelleher says final renewable fuel requirement announced by the EPA on Monday is a step in the right direction. While the number is below what was in the original statue from Congress, it is an increase from the preliminary rule issued last May and it could be zero. Kelleher... Read more »
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