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Friday Apr 20, 2018 - The secret of the great American fracking bubble
https://www.nationofchange.org/2018/04/19/the-secret-of-the-great-american-fracking-bubble/In 2008, Aubrey McClendon was the highest paid Fortune 500
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Friday Apr 20, 2018 - Ag Industry Bracing For CP Rail Strike
https://discoverweyburn.com/local/ag-industry-bracing-for-cp-rail-strikeThe looming strike by more than 3,000 CP Rail employees has many in the southeast wondering how they will be impacted. For producers in the Weyburn area, they are looking at how their grain will get to market from terminals like Parrish & Heimbecker.
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Friday Apr 20, 2018 - Glencore to make new takeover bid for Bunge
https://seekingalpha.com/news/3346886-report-glencore-make-new-takeover-bid-bunge Bunge (BG +0.9%) jumps as much as 2.7% in early trading as Glencore (OTCPK:GLCNF, CLICK HERE TO VIEW ARTICLE

Thursday Apr 19, 2018 - Are ELDs making our roads safer?
https://www.freightwaves.com/news/insurance-and-risk-management/are-elds-making-our-roads-saferWhile it’s true that the deadliest accidents on America’s roadways happen more often with freight than otherwise, at the same time, they are more often the error of the car driver, at rates that have varied over the past several years CLICK HERE TO VIEW ARTICLE

Thursday Apr 19, 2018 - Volkswagen is reportedly mulling a takeover of Navistar
http://www.businessinsider.com/volkswagen-reportedly-mulling-takeover-of-navistar-2018-4Volkswagen AG's commercial vehicle unit, Volkswagen Truck & Bus, is reportedly considering buying out Navistar International, one of the largest truck manufacturers in the US, CLICK HERE TO VIEW ARTICLE

Wednesday Apr 18, 2018 - Man Gets 5 Years in Prison for Stealing Grain From Family
https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/south-dakota/articles/2018-04-18/man-gets-5-years-in-prison-for-stealing-grain-from-familyMOUNT VERNON, S.D. (AP) — A Mount Vernon man accused of stealing $400,000 worth of grain from a Davison County farm family has been sentenced to serve five years in prison and pay restitution.
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Tuesday Apr 17, 2018 - Science Panel Says Truck Weight Limit Increase Needs More Study
https://www.trucks.com/2018/04/17/truck-weight-increase-needs-study/ More research must be done by the U.S. Department of Transportation before regulations are relaxed on truck size and weight limits, a scientific advisory panel said Monday. The interim report, issued by the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine, is examining an industry request to allow trucks to surpass th
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Tuesday Apr 17, 2018 - FSMA Inspections: Ready or Not?
https://www.foodbusinessnews.net/articles/11651-fsma-inspections-ready-or-notThe members of the Washington, D.C.-based Pet Food Institute (PFI), the national trade association for US dog and cat food processors, are committed to continuous improvement in food safety. PFI promotes this culture of safety by convening members regularly to share their food safety innovations and advancements and by fu
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Monday Apr 16, 2018 - Oklahoma proposal would significantly change trucking regulation. Why is it being pursued?
https://www.freightwaves.com/news/oklahoma-trucking-regulationLegislation that would move regulation of trucking in Oklahoma away from the Oklahoma Corporation Commission and on to the Department of Public Safety is raising eyebrows in the state, and with no clear explanation as to the goal in the shift.
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Sunday Apr 15, 2018 - Animal Feed Could Be Carrying The Next Deadly Livestock Virus
http://kmuw.org/post/study-animal-feed-could-be-carrying-next-deadly-livestock-virusAnimal feed mixed from ingredients sourced around the world could be carrying more than the vitamins and nutrients livestock need. Seven different viruses that could cause widespread illness and big economic losses for meat producers in the United States can survive in certain imported feed products.
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