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Water supplies are so tight in the West that most states keep close watch over every creek, river, ditch and reservoir. A complex web of laws and rules is meant to ensure that all the water that falls within a state’s boundaries is put to use or sent downstream to meet the needs of others.
Luz María De Loera, who defines health as stability and positive feelings such as happiness and self-fulfillment, has been working hard in recent years...
Currently new moms are covered for only 60 days. Starting Sept. 1, they will have coverage for up to six months after they give birth.
Sixteen Texas House and Senate Democrats met with Harris, and agreed on the need for a federal law that would supersede many state voting restrictions passed by Republicans.
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This week, Luke 'walks' you through a very simple recipe for making tasty fried pies from fresh blackberries.Blueberries, strawberries or your favorite berry can be used but Luke says his blueberry vines are loaded and he's putting the berries to good use.Luke use fresh, soft flour tortillas for dough in this recipe and the entire process takes very little time.Click above to listen to Luke give you step by step instructions.
Nearly every evening, Joel delivers snacks and drinks to our bed. He has learned that it’s just easier to do it before I start begging and finding excuses as to why I can’t go myself. Because I am the queen of waiting him out.
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