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One of the world's largest candy companies, Haribo said it was in talks with local officials to acquire a site near the village of Pleasant Prairie, with the total cost of the investment expected to be about $240 million. Rick LaBerge, Executive Vice President and COO at HARIBO of America Inc., said in a statement that choosing the flawless US location was an "elaborate process" that took several years.
  • "Beauty and the Beast" worth seeing

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    However, I am not totally blinded by the beauty not to see some of the issues in Disney movies. Through this remake, Condon doesn't bring viewers back to their childhood, but brings their childhood back to them to experience it in a new and attractive light that truly makes " Beauty and the Beast " a tale as old as time.
  • Cruz Points Out Democrats' Prior Support for Gorsuch

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    Trump tweeted Democrats have made up "the Russian story " and the real question is who leaked Flynn's name. Durbin, D-Illinois, asked. "After careful deliberation, I have concluded that I can not support Judge Neil Gorsuch's nomination to the Supreme Court", said Schumer, D-N.Y.
  • Rick Perry questions student government election of Texas A&M president

    Rick Perry questions student government election of Texas A&M president

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    A Texas A&M spokeswoman told the newspaper that Perry's suggestion about the disqualification of the victor was out of political correctness and "does not reflect the Texas A&M of today". Brooks had been the candidate disqualified? Would the student body have allowed a black student body president to be disqualified on anonymous charges of voter intimidation?" However, Brooks didn't actually get the most votes; that would be Robert McIntosh, who was disqualified for voter intimidation and for ...
  • Lions Announce 2017 Team Captains

    Lions Announce 2017 Team Captains

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    In just nine games, he finished third on the team in tackles with 81, adding a sack and 4.0 tackles for a loss to his resume before announcing his return for his senior season in 2017. Cabinda has been a big part of the Penn State defense since his true freshman season in 2014. Finally, Scott joins the leadership ranks as well respected player on special teams and across the locker room.
  • GOP lawmaker: Trump communications may have been 'monitored'

    GOP lawmaker: Trump communications may have been 'monitored'

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    Intelligence Committee ranking member Adam Schiff, a Democrat representing California's 28th district, said later on Wednesday that Nunes did not follow proper protocol of the investigation, and called his briefing of the United States president a profound irregularity.
  • White House calls alleged rape by immigrant teens 'horrendous'

    White House calls alleged rape by immigrant teens 'horrendous'

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    Early Tuesday evening, Curtis Houck at NewsBusters noted that the rape of a 14 year-old girl at a Maryland high school by two older teens (17 and 18) who recently arrived the US was the subject of a question at Trump Press Secretary Sean Spicer's press conference earlier that day.
  • Cheney plans to vote in favor of replacing health care law

    Cheney plans to vote in favor of replacing health care law

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    Worse, this act provides tax breaks for the wealthiest, $7 million per year for the 400 richest families in the United States and tax relief for health insurance executives earning over $500,000 per year. These populations make up 96 percent of people on Medicaid in Texas . If you look across the nation , it might be millions of individuals who receive Medicaid benefits at the moment but potentially could be required to work under the rules Congress is considering.
  • Dakota Access Pipeline sabotaged in two states

    Dakota Access Pipeline sabotaged in two states

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    Though there was no oil in the pipeline, he said it was pressurized with nitrogen gas. The incident was first report March 13. Environmental activists who tried to disrupt some oil pipeline operations in four states past year to protest the flow of tar sands oil said Tuesday that they weren't responsible for any recent attacks on that pipeline.
  • Ortt, Maziarz indicted on campaign finance charges

    Ortt, Maziarz indicted on campaign finance charges

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    Andrea Bozek, a spokesperson for Ortt confirms the Senator has been indicted on three felony counts of offering a false instrument for filing. "I will fight these charges", Ortt said. Coffey also denied his client had anything to do with the document at the center of the case, which was filed during the time Ortt served as mayor of North Tonawanda and was part of the powerful political machine controlled by Maziarz in Niagara County.
  • Defunding Planned Parenthood Hurts the Poor and Rural, Say Congressional Analysts

    Defunding Planned Parenthood Hurts the Poor and Rural, Say Congressional Analysts

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    The 177,000 West Virginians who have received health coverage because of the ACA deserve nothing less than the opportunity to continue to have access to critical health care services, including those provided by Planned Parenthood. But that's not all: According to the Congressional Budget Office, there could be many, many more babies born under AHCA who qualify for Medicaid insurance coverage-which will end up costing the government even more.