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  4. Interest rates left at 0.75% amid signs of rebound for UK economy
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  16. Let’s move to Sedbergh, Cumbria: lovely in its isolation
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  30. Donald Trump to hold talks with Chinese official to try to resolve trade standoff
  31. For the 1st time, Biden says Trump should be ‘impeached’
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  39. Amy Schumer opens up about mixed feelings going back to work after giving birth
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  41. Super-rich renting London homes for £5,000-plus a week amid Brexit worries
  42. Southern drought deepens; 11 million affected
  43. The Note: Biden faces squeeze as Trump flurries continue
  44. Sir Bradley Wiggins: ‘My most embarrassing moment? Post 2012, I had a few hissy fits’
  45. General Electric offers pension buyouts, freezes benefits to reduce debt
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  56. Gini index is a poor inequality measure
  57. Employers added just 136K jobs in September while unemployment rate hits a new 50-year low
  58. The Note: Trump digs in deeper than some allies want him to go
  59. Northern fur seals multiply on steaming Alaska volcano
  60. Dairy farmers, animal activists want to know how $900 million for marketing was spent
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  80. President Trump’s former national security advisor ‘deeply disturbed’ by Ukraine scandal: ‘Whole world is watching’
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  94. AP FACT CHECK: Trump mistruths on Ukraine, impeachment fight
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  111. This meat thermometer is usually crazy expensive—until now
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  136. Tribal leaders say 2020 should be about ‘life or death’ issues, not Warren’s DNA
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  141. Siding with Trump could hurt Israel’s long-term relations with U.S.
  142. Here’s the fastest shrinking county in your state
  143. Earth isn’t currently in danger of an asteroid impact, but scientists are coming up with ways to prevent them
  144. 2019 GMC Yukon XL review: 8 things to like (and 5 not so much)
  145. Pullet eggs: everything you need to know about the tiny ‘waste’ eggs now on shop shelves
  146. President Trump retweets post saying American is not in the ‘midst of an epidemic of mass shootings’
  147. The Latest: Nevada AG says plutonium fight will continue
  148. Talk of a public housing renaissance in London is fake news
  149. A ‘direct correlation’ between rise of hate on social media and attacks, says SPLC
  150. Island or European nation? Rival views of UK shape Brexit
  151. Unnecessary knee airbags may cause more harm than good, study says
  152. Trump-McConnell 2020? Senate leader takes on role of wingman
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  156. Huawei unveils phone system that could replace Android
  157. US decries Chinese dams, disruption of Mekong River
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  159. Cutting the cord with Vizio’s new V436 TV
  160. The super-rich have made Britain into a nation of losers
  161. Thumbs down to the fake reviewers ruining the internet for all of us
  162. Apple Card: Some people will get invitations to apply but rest broader release later this month
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  165. Dozens of Heathrow flights cancelled despite strike delay
  166. Backers of Hawaii telescope tout benefits to humanity, jobs
  167. Gin made from peas is a new innovation for environmentally friendly martinis
  168. ‘My husband quit his job to help grow my business. More men should do this’
  169. Government to issue ‘sleep hygiene’ guidance
  170. San Francisco runner makes art with GPS-tracking fitness apps Strava, MapMyRun
  171. Olivia Wilde thanks strangers for helping with son’s ‘defcon 1’ meltdown: ‘I’m so moved’
  172. ‘You owe them an apology’: Rep. Tulsi Gabbard takes aim at Sen. Kamala Harris’ record as a prosecutor during 2020 Democratic debate
  173. Joe Biden accidentally endorses Sen. Cory Booker for president during 2020 debate
  174. 5 key takeaways from the Democratic debate: The major battle lines of night 1
  175. Fellow Democrats sound alarms on Sanders and Warren policies: ANALYSIS
  176. 2 TSA officers placed on administrative leave due to ‘offensive display’
  177. This meat thermometer is perfect for grilling, smoking, and roasting—and it’s on sale
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  181. President Trump defends his attacks against Cummings, Sharpton and Baltimore; claims he’s the ‘least racist’ person
  182. Rhinoceros conceived artificially born at California zoo
  183. We tried the egg cooker with a cult-following on Amazon—is it worth it?
  184. Zen group to stop York Minster meetings after religious row
  185. Events look at balancing security, ambiance after shooting
  186. Q&A: What to know about the Capital One data breach
  187. Zen group to stop York Minster meetings after religious row
  188. Teen climate activist gets Normandy’s first Freedom Prize
  189. Does Trump’s racially divisive campaign strategy carry a hidden message for black voters?
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When it comes to unusual political bedfellows, few organizations could best the group pushing for a U. S i9000. Senate costs aimed at changing the questionable agriculture checkoff program.

It’s often the Gentle Society states aligns alone with dairy products farmers, ranchers, environmental groupings and the History Foundation, the conservative believe tank.

The particular team’s objective: Convince Our elected representatives to pass laws requiring community disclosure associated with financial information showing what about $900 mil paid simply by farmers straight into nearly 2 dozen obligatory checkoff applications is invested.

The sponsors of the costs are through opposite edges of the politics spectrum. Direct sponsor Sen. Mike Shelter, R-Utah, will be joined simply by fellow traditional Sen. Seite Paul, R-Ky., and 2 liberal Democratic senators working for chief executive – At the Warren of Ma and Cory Booker of Nj-new jersey.

“We understand the only method that we be successful is because they build broad-based coalitions of improbable bedfellows, inch said Later on Maxwell, the hog farmer and executive director from the Organization just for Competitive Marketplaces, a Nebraska-based group symbolizing farmers, ranchers and others.

“It’s an opportunity for Politicians, conservatives, progressives, consumer groupings, animal groupings, farm groupings to find interact. ”

However, the offer has passed away in Our elected representatives twice and it has been opposed simply by some of the largest players within agriculture, which includes major models, the Nationwide Cattlemen’s Meat Association, the particular National Pig Producers Authorities and the United states Farm Agency.

Opponents, including some forty groups, contended the proposal “will gut” the applications and “impose unnecessary, duplicative and detrimental burdens” to them, according to the letter agreed upon last year from the organizations.

Dairy products in stress: Americans adore soda, extravagant water plus fake dairy. Can the particular dairy sector keep up?

Adopting the money: The nonprofit advertising dairy will pay leaders large numbers — whilst farmers walk out business

The particular checkoff program requires farmers making about 2 dozen commodities – from beef plus eggs in order to avocados plus Christmas trees and shrubs – to pay for a portion of the sales to organizations charged along with marketing goods.

Dairy suppliers are, definitely, the biggest contributing factors to the applications. Last year, dairy products farmers compensated about $420 mil, or 47%, of all the checkoff money gathered.

About $155 million of this went to Dairy Management Incorporation., based in Rosemont, Illinois.

Within past yrs, much of the particular dairy cash was utilized to produce marketing and advertising campaigns, this kind of as the long-running “Got Dairy? ” work. In recent years, Dairy products Management provides focused read more about working with main retailers, for example Pizza Shelter and McDonald’s, in the hope of getting these to use a lot more dairy products.

Several operators associated with smaller farms complain they do not view the same advantages from the new emphasis as larger functions and huge co-ops.

“Big-time players can produce a play that will their checkoff dollars go to (projects that) straight benefit all of them, ” mentioned Sarah Lloyd, a former Dairy products Management plank member that has about four hundred cows on her behalf Columbia Region dairy plantation. “I cannot do that. Now i’m a small ish. ”

There is certainly additional disappointment about the wages paid in order to Dairy Administration officials at the same time when, confronted with sagging dairy prices plus economic troubles, scores of little farms are usually closing.

Jones Gallagher, that has been Dairy products Management’s TOP DOG since the not for profit was created within 1995, continues to be paid typically $976, 744 annually considering that 2010, the particular Milwaukee Diary Sentinel discovered.

The ten top professionals at Dairy products Management were compensated an average of $800, 000 every in 2017 and 2 collected a minimum of $1. 19 million, according to INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE documents. That will year, one, 600 dairy products farms shut nationwide, which includes 503 within Wisconsin.

Jones Vilsack joined Dairy products Management times after he or she left their post since U. Ersus. secretary associated with agriculture plus was compensated $800, 557.

The checkoff boards are made by Our elected representatives and overseen by the UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

Unlike government bodies, nevertheless , financial information – for example detailed financial constraints and income information – are certainly not routinely provided for open public inspection by checkoff planks. The laws would require public disclosure of costs and investing by the planks.

“Sen. Lee believes farmers have have the directly to know just how the checkoff dollars they may be forced to spend are being invested, ” speaker Conn Carroll said within an email. “Millions of bucks have been used on questionable analysis partnerships along with fast food leaders and luxurious salaries designed for CEOs. inch

A second costs sponsored simply by Lee would certainly make the checkoff program non-reflex.

“There is not any justification just for forcing ranchers who do not want to take part to do so towards their may, ” Shelter said within a statement delivered by Carroll.

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“We have to reform the particular checkoff applications to underlying out problem, ” Warren wrote within March over the Medium web site. “I assistance legislation that can help the checkoff program non-reflex and ensure that will Boards are unable to engage in anti-competitive practices or even lobby the federal government. ”

The business for Aggressive Markets has been around a public record information court battle since 2014 with the UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE in its attempts to obtain monetary and audit records regarding the meat checkoff system. The government provides released a few records, however the organization disagrees it is withholding thousands of additional public records.

A year ago, the Organization pertaining to Competitive Marketplaces posted its “Top 10 The majority of Egregious Checkoff Program Violations. ”

One of the abuses stated: The improper use of a lot of checkoff bucks, including an effort by the the American Ovum Board to destroy sales of the vegan mayonnaise item; a $2. 6 mil embezzlement with a then-employee of the Oklahoma checkoff program; claimed illegal lobbying and the USDA’s failure arranging on a well-timed basis necessary financial reviews.

“We possess a common objective and that is in order to curb the particular abuse from the USDA checkoff, ” said Marty Irby, professional director associated with Animal Health and fitness Action, an organization lobbying for that bill.

In order to Gallagher, your head of Dairy products Management, the particular involvement associated with animal-rights groupings is more menacing.

“What perform all of these unusual bedfellows need to do with successful the anti-animal (farming) activist problems, ” Gallagher questioned in a September. 17 speech in order to Dairy Administration board users. “What really does that have related to their plan, which is eliminate farmers overall? ”

stated the groupings want to eliminate the checkoff program completely – a good allegation refused by the Gentle Society along with other supporters from the legislation.

“The anti-animal agriculture people, they’re wedded to other folks who may or even may not determine what the real plan is, inch Gallagher informed the dairy plank members.

failed to specifically point out checkoff legislation. Their staff may not allow the Journal Sentinel reporter in order to interview your pet after the conversation at the Rosemont Hilton.

Colin Woodall, TOP DOG of the National Cattlemen’s Meat Association, echoed Gallagher’s comments. His team receives regarding $27 mil in checkoff funds per year.

“They do not like pet agriculture. These people don’t such as animal meat production, inch Woodall stated in an interview. “Whatever they could do to be able to harder upon us, that is what they will do. inch

Gallagher stated dairy maqui berry farmers must form teams with other people, such as health professionals and the foodservice industry, in order to fight animal-rights activists.

“That’s part of the supporting of the Gasoline Up to Perform 60 system, ” this individual said mentioning a program regarding Dairy Administration and the NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE. “That’s an essential component to reach kids in regards to the animal manufacturing industry right now when most are young. inch

Dairy Administration paid the particular NFL greater than $25 mil from 2013 to 2017 for a number of things, INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE records display.

Proponents recognize they have a good uphill combat in Our elected representatives, but their self-confidence was increased last year for the amendment that could have connected the visibility proposal to the particular farm expenses received 37 favorable ballots.

Republican Oughout. S. Sen. Ron Manley of Wisconsin voted indeed; Democrat Tammy Baldwin identified no .

“Pushing for better transparency within checkoff applications is an important action Congress need to take to guarantee Wisconsin farmers’ hard-earned cash is being utilized wisely, inch Johnson mentioned in a declaration issued simply by his workplace.

Baldwin compared the calculate because the lady did not think it had input from Wisconsin dairy maqui berry farmers and that it “doesn’t have popular support through dairy maqui berry farmers and organizations, ” her speaker, John Wellig, said within an email.

Expenses proponents state their objective is not in order to kill the particular checkoff system, but to be able to more clear and more advantageous to the little family character.

“The Gentle Society states is in opposition to the commercial model of pet agriculture, inch said Scott Beckstead, non-urban outreach director for the group. “If the program had been reformed, it will be more carefully aligned with the initial purpose – that is, to promote and support responsible, sustainable farming. ”

Beckstead, who mentioned he was raised on a small farm in Florida where their family elevated cattle, mentioned the Gentle Society is just not opposed to pet agriculture if it might be done correctly.

“We would like to allow the maqui berry farmers to see the textbooks and see exactly where their cash is going, inch said Irby, the head associated with Animal Health and wellness Action.

“Look, I’m not really a vegetarian, inch he mentioned. “I possess a New York remove steak through Whole Meals every Weekend…. It’s my personal favorite food. inch

To read the particular Milwaukee Record Sentinel’s Dairyland in Stress series, which usually examines the unemployed of Wisconsin’s dairy business, go to jsonline. com/dairycrisis.

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