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This year, for the first time ever, I was eager to watch the Emmy Awards ceremony. I didn’t know or care who was nominated or who won. But I was interested because James LeBrecht, a guy who uses a wheelchair, gave the event’s producers a real hard time for not making the stage truly wheelchair accessible. LeBrecht co-directed the film "Crip Camp," which was nominated for an Oscar this year for ...

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No group of Washington’s brightest and best can have enough knowledge to predict what will actually happen — who will benefit and who will pay — when major policy interventions occur. Try as we might, we just can’t get it right. But we can perhaps learn to accept what we don’t know and be more cautious before pulling a tariff trigger, writes columnist Bruce Yandle.

"A few highlights thus far include the inception of the Cattlemen’s Congress, immense growth across Oklahoma for meat processors and multiple legislative achievements directly supporting our producers," said Oklahoma Secretary of Agriculture Blayne Arthur. 

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