Minnesota Democrat and North Dakota Republican are seeking more information on a federal agency's efforts to curb carbon monoxide poisoning after a family of 7 died from a buildup of the odorless gas in their Moorhead home last month.
Sens. Amy Klobuchar and John Hoeven: "Together we are leading efforts to pass the bipartisan Promoting Rural Exports Act to create a Rural Export Center within the U.S. Commercial Service to help rural businesses export their products to new international markets."
The bill provides the Food and Drug Administration with authority to ensure that products with water buffalo are marketed as “water buffalo” so consumers do not think the product contains bison, which is commonly referred to as buffalo in the United States. Bison products would continue to be labeled as “bison” or “buffalo.”
FARGO — A Minnesota corn farmer, a mobile applications developer, a National Guard commander, a cinematographer and the mayor of Duluth are among guests of members of the North Dakota and Minnesota congressional delegations for the State of the Union address.
WASHINGTON -- Midwest U.S. senators are pleased with the news that President Donald Trump's administration will initiate the process to make 15 percent ethanol-blended fuel -- commonly known as E15 -- available year-round.
WASHINGTON--President Donald Trump earned wide condemnation from members of Congress on Monday, July 16, after he publicly doubted U.S. intelligence conclusions that Russia interfered in the 2016 elections, saying Russian leader Vladimir Putin --...
WASHINGTON, D.C.--U.S. senators are already picking sides after President Donald Trump announced his Supreme Court nominee Monday night, July 9. Trump will nominate Judge Brett Kavanaugh, who serves on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, to replac...
GRAND FORKS -- After President Donald Trump accepted Scott Pruitt's resignation as administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency Thursday afternoon, July 5, regional lawmakers shared differing views online about the agency's role and future.
As officials from both sides of the aisle spoke up on the policy of separating children from parents attempting to illegally cross the U.S. border, lawmakers from North Dakota and Minnesota have added their voices to the debate.
FARGO -- If a trade war breaks out between the U.S. and China, North Dakota soybean farmers could take big losses. President Donald Trump announced Friday, June 15, that he's imposing 25 percent tariffs on $50 billion in goods from China. In resp...