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In North Dakota, Farmers Wary of Cuts to Subsidies: Many Brace for Trims by Bush, Congress (Post, April 4, 2005)

COAST TO COAST: A national briefing of people, issues and events around the country (Post, March 6, 2005)

Tribal Grant Is Being Questioned: Senator Who Had Dealings With Lobbyist Abramoff Pushed for Award (Post, March 1, 2005)

Frustrated Democrats Find a Voice: Lawmakers Use Policy Committee to Investigate Issues They Say GOP Ignores (Post, Feb. 15, 2005)

Ban on Matches, Lighters Vexes Airports (Post, Feb. 15, 2005)

Birth of a Salesman: Pitching Social Security (Post, Feb. 6, 2005)

A Voice From Above, And to the Left: North Dakota Talker Ed Schultz Is Set to Blanket Washington (Post, Jan. 10, 2005)

Democrats Planning Watchdog Role: Senators' Hearings Will Scrutinize Administration Policies (Post, Dec. 14, 2004)

Legislation Increasing Indecency Fines Dropped (Post, Oct. 8, 2004)

Farm Revolution Stops at Subsidies: Efficiency Fails to Stem Flow of Federal Cash (Post, Oct. 3, 2004)

House Rejects Rule on Sending Goods to Cuba: 46 Republicans Rebuff Bush on Initiative (Post, July 9, 2004)

In North Dakota, Pelicans Leave A Breeding Ground for Mystery: Birds' Abandonment of Wildlife Refuge Baffles Researchers (Post, July 4, 2004)

'Sacred' Waters, Unholy Controversy: Dakota Tribe Fights Plan to Drain Lake (Post, June 25, 2004)

U.S. Park Views Still in Haze: EPA Criticized for Not Doing Enough to Clear the Air (Post, May 19, 2004)

Senate Rejects Business Tax Proposal (Post, May 6, 2004)

Medicare Nomination Halted: Answers on Drug Importation Ban Sought From FDA Chief (Post, March 10, 2004)

Congress Acts to Curb Offensive Programs: Senate Panel Proposes Stiff Fines, Delaying Media Consolidation (Post, March 10, 2004)

Ex-Halliburton Employee Testifies on Audit: Former Buyer Describes 'Problematic' Practices (Post, Feb. 14, 2004)



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