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Oregon marijuana: Lots of data, few to analyze and check it
Oregon marijuana: Lots of data, few to analyze and check it
Oregon is awash in data on its marijuana industry but has few workers to monitor and check what its legal businesses are doing

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EPA chief signs proposal limiting science used in decisions
Critics said the policy shift is designed to restrict the agency from citing peer-reviewed public-health studies that use patient medical records that must be kept confidential under patient privacy laws.
Another judge rules against Trump on ‘Dreamers’ program
U.S. District Judge John D. Bates in Washington is the third judge to rule against administration plans to end the program.
China says it welcomes visit by US officials amid trade spat
China says it welcomes a planned visit by U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin to Beijing next week as world's two biggest economies tangle on trade
Burger King grows; Tim Hortons to get makeover
Shares of Restaurant Brands International Inc. rose 5 percent to close at $56.30 on Tuesday.
Drought, wildfires force ranchers to scramble for feed
Drought, wildfires force ranchers to scramble for feed
Ongoing drought and wildfires have cattle ranchers in at least five Southwestern U.S. states scrambling for hay or pastureland, while others are selling off some of their herds.
US pecan growers seek to break out of the pie shell
U.S. producers are also riding the wave of the Trump Administration’s policies to promote American-made goods.
South Dakota spring wheat planting finally getting underway
Planting of spring wheat is finally getting underway in South Dakota
Burgerville workers vote to unionize
Workers at a Burgerville in Southeast Portland have overwhelmingly approved the formation of a federally-recognized union
Spring calving in North Dakota is two-thirds complete
Spring calving in North Dakota is two-thirds complete, and death losses remain mostly average to light despite the snowy and cold spring
Northwest ports seek federal funding for maintenance
Northwest ports seek federal funding for maintenance
Kristin Meira, executive director of the Pacific Northwest Waterways Association, says the maintenance helps keep U.S. exports competitive overseas.

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