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Congress works to avert weekend government shutdown

Congress works to avert weekend government shutdown



2017-12-07T07:20:00+0000

Efforts to approve legislation that would avert a partial government shutdown this weekend appear to be nearing fruition.

(AP) - Despite incendiary words from President Donald Trump, Congress seemed on track Wednesday to approving legislation that would avert a partial government shutdown over the weekend...



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TODAY IN TEXAS AGRICULTURE
December 11, 1886
A small group of black farmers organized the Colored Farmers' National Alliance and Cooperative Union in Houston County, Texas to discuss solutions to economic problems resulting from falling commodity prices, rising farm costs, and high interest rates. They received a federal charter two years later. The Alliance declined after a clash over a failed cotton strike in 1891.
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TODAY IN TEXAS AGRICULTURE
December 11, 1886
A small group of black farmers organized the Colored Farmers National Alliance and Cooperative Union in Houston County, Texas to discuss solutions to economic problems resulting from falling commodity prices, rising farm costs, and high interest rates.  They received a federal charter two years later.  The Alliance declined after a clash over a failed cotton strike in 1891.
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