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USDA says genetically-altered wheat an isolated incident.
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Genetically Altered Wheat Found in E. Oregon “Isolated Incident” Says USDA

Some good news for soft white wheat farmers.

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Unapproved genetically altered wheat found in Eastern Oregon
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Illegal Genetically-Engineered Wheat Found on Eastern Oregon Farm

Although its harmless to eat, a strain of genetically-engineered wheat not approved by the USDA was found on an Oregon farm -- but federal officials won't divulge where.

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USDA food inspectors sidelined but feds preserve food stamp program with Mexico
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Sequester Furloughs USDA Food Inspectors, But Dems Preserve U.S.-Mexico Food Stamp “Partnership”

According to the Obama Administration, the sequester was going to potentially cause many more food-borne illnesses because USDA food inspectors would be furloughed.   But that hasn't stopped Democrats from spending your money to tell people in Mexico about our food-stamp program!

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The USDA braintrust ready to go after snacks in schools
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USDA to Target Snacks in Schools – Will It Impact the Mid-Columbia?

The Obama administration has charged the USDA with weeding out soda, candy and snacks from our schools -- starting soon.

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USDA officials don't like your food choices
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USDA Says Families Should Model Home Dinners After New School Lunches [POLL]

Yet another reason why maybe we need drug testing for Federal agencies.

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Hermiston fighting potential horse slaughterhouse next to city
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Hermiston Fighting Horse Slaughterhouse Proposal [POLL]

A group calling itself Horses United in Hermiston is pushing for a slaughterhouse to be built just ouside the city, but officials are saying 'no.'

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Students Say Michelle Obama’s New USDA School Lunch Menus Leave Them Hungry [VIDEO]

Push enough against people, and they push back.

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USDA and Federal Officials Want You on Foodstamps
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Feds Pushing Food Stamps Over Self Sufficiency [POLL]

Several decades ago, 1 in 50 Americans were on food stamps. Now it's closer to 1 in 7 and will go higher if some Federal officials have their way.

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Marijuana Growing Operations Hurting Forests
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Marijuana Grow Sites ‘Endangering’ Public Forests-USDA

Forget the alledged enviornmental impacts of logging..how about growing marijuana?

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