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Getting Congress involved in the discussion – and potential decision – over whether to take military action in Syria is a good step, some members of Congress from Western New York said Saturday.
But grave concerns about the situation were expressed, with some elected officials cautioning about what could lie down the road.
WASHINGTON – The Army Corps of Engineers is backing away, for now at least, from its plan to shrink employment at its Buffalo district office.
A modified Farm Bill narrowly passed the House of Representatives on Thursday after a broader version was defeated last month.
The new version of the bill did not include food stamps, the first time since 1973 that the program – formally called the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program – was not included in the farm bill.