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D-Minn. was almost as succinct: "Good riddance"Democrats were elated with the resignation saying Pruitt eliminated too many rules that protect the environment not to mention dozens of allegations that he improperly managed the agency Republicans meanwhile were more reserved in the aftermath of the announcement because they generally support Pruitt’s attempt to remove many federal regulationsPruitt is credited by Republicans and blamed by Democrats for beginning the most extensive rollback of environmental regulations in EPA historyThe leader of Minnesota’s Republican-leaning Farm Bureau praised Pruitt’s attack on "burdensome" regulations but was not happy with his failure to back biofuels like ethanol and biodiesel"That is an important way we add value to local communities" Farm Bureau President Kevin Paap said about fuels made from cropsAlthough Pruitt said he supported biofuels Paap said he allowed many refineries to skip rules that they mix corn-based ethanol with gasoline "That was frustrating" he saidPruitt is a former attorney general of Oklahoma an oil-producing stateOn the other hand Paap said farmers appreciated Pruitt listening to them about what they see as unneeded regulations"I don’t know how many times I have sat down and met with him but certainly more than any other (EPA) administrator" Papp saidPaap and 49 other state Farm Bureau presidents were scheduled to meet with Pruitt during a Washington conference next week Paap said he hopes to meet with interim administrator Andrew Wheeler a former coal lobbyist during his Washington tripPaap was generally happy with Pruitt although he had concerns President Gary Wertish of the Democratic-leaning Minnesota Farmers’ Union however was more unhappy with the ex-administrator but he had some good things to say"It never hurts to take a look at regulations" Wertish said However he added the regulation attacks were more sound bites than real help"Farmers’ Union supports getting rid of much of the red tape" Wertish said and he credited Pruitt for doing some of that But Pruitt’s lack of ethics alone should have got him fired Wertish said Since Trump apparently liked much of what Pruitt did Wertish said he is concerned that EPA policy will change little with a new leader"Farmers just need a fair shake" he said "That is all we ask for"The Fargo City Commission voted 4-1 on Monday June 4 to receive and file Tweeden’s proposal which would hike the minimum wage to $10 an hour Sept 1 and raise it 50 cents per hour annually until Sept 1 2022 when it would reach $12"It went better than I thought it would I went in anticipating being shot down" Tweeden saidThe issue now goes to the Community Development Committee to be studied Commissioner John Strand is that panel’s chairman"I’m glad that somebody is asking us to have the discussion" Strand said adding that he wants to see the latest data on the number of people in the city living below the poverty line or who have difficulty finding housing or putting food on the tableTweeden said he wants Fargo to follow the lead of Minneapolis which has already decided to raise its minimum wage to $15 an hour and St Paul which appears on track to followCommissioner Tony Gehrig didn’t like Tweeden’s proposal saying it would cost young people jobs and valuable work experience "The market has spoken If you’re worth $15 an hour you’ll get $15 an hour" Gehrig saidCommissioner Dave Piepkorn warned of "unintended consequences like in Minneapolis" where he said servers are losing jobs He cautioned that Fargo should learn from the experiences of other citiesCommissioner Tony Grindberg was the lone vote against receiving and filing the minimum wage proposalThe federal minimum wage is $725 per hour which is mirrored in North Dakota An effort to raise the minimum wage in the last legislative session was voted downTweeden said Congress hasn’t raised the federal minimum wage since 2009 and that 29 states have a higher minimum wageIn North Dakota a group of activists is seeking a Fair Wage Act to raise the state minimum wage to $15 an hour by petitioning to have a measure put on the November ballotSupporters propose 33 percent annual increases to the minimum wage over three years to reach $15 per hour After that it would be adjusted to follow increases in the consumer price indexA month ago North Dakota Fair Wage Act of 2018 Chairman Scott Nodland warned in a Facebook post that unless more volunteers turned out the drive would fail to collect the signatures needed by July 8 to get the measure on the ballot "Projecting the current rate of signature collection—the effort is certain to fail" Nodland wroteHowever an administrator of the group’s Facebook page said the petition drive has not been abandoned and remains ongoing including holding a spirit-release ceremony in the aftermath of a funeral.Wallace,twitter. and cant be arsed with everything that goes with it, Darin Johnson, Campbell has spent decades becoming a local potato king,There 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