“The acreage may not be large, but the impact is,” Jones said. “It’s really a function of where the bees are.” So when bees are pollinating almonds in February and March, the temporary bans would be near almond trees. They would apply near apple trees in April and May and melons in late spring, he said.
“The study brings into light the limited options there are for renters,” Capital One community finance chief Laura Bailey says.
“It is to preserve and protect that freedom that this morning I announce I’m a candidate for the Republican nomination for president of the United States,” he said.
“This is a long process,” Santorum told reporters recently. “One of the things that I feel very comfortable with — I’ve been through this process before.” He said it’s a “completely wide open race.”
“If you win the case you actually have people who lost their insurance. You now share the responsibility for fixing it,” said former Rep. Tom Davis, R-Va., who once led the House GOP campaign committee. “And you’ve got a lot of pissed off people. That hurts you.”
“Hillary Clinton is a candidate. I am a candidate,” Sanders said in an interview with The Associated Press. “I suspect there will be other candidates. The people in this country will make their choice.”
WASHINGTON | Unable to end a struggle over how to deal with government surveillance programs, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell scheduled a last-minute session to consider retaining the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of domestic phone records. McConnell, R-Ky., warned against allowing the controversial NSA program and other key surveillance activities under the USA Patriot Act […]
DENVER | Sen. Marco Rubio cashed out most of his retirement savings while preparing to launch his bid for the Republican presidential nomination, records released Friday show. Rubio, 43, sold six retirement funds in September 2014 for $68,241.09, according to his personal financial disclosure statement. He made the sale even though he apparently had ample cash […]
While Hillary Rodham Clinton and new primary opponent Sen. Bernie Sanders are hitting the idea hard, Republican candidates, too, are playing up the notion that people at the bottom of the economic ladder are getting a raw deal while the rich get richer.
In New Hampshire, Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan, seen as by far the most formidable opponent to Republican incumbent Sen. Kelly Ayotte, is waiting until the end of the legislative session in June to make her decision. In Indiana and North Carolina, Democrats are eyeing ex-senators for possible reruns, but it’s not clear either former legislator — Evan Bayh in Indiana and Kay Hagan in North Carolina — will step forward. Bayh is sitting on nearly $10 million he could use for his next campaign.