To take its place, the state will use Kentucky's health exchange system.
FDA code says stores should be checked biannually, but due to skimpy budgets, state goals for once-a-year inspections fall short.
The study found that a $30 per ton tax would bring the state's emissions back down to those of the late 20th century.
The "hyperfast Internet service" has been in operation in Kansas City as the company eyes extending it into the Rose City.
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