The holidays weren’t exactly a time of leisure or relaxation for Matt Miller. However, he welcomed the distraction from the lingering uncertainty he faced as the hamster wheel of the college football coaching world spun around him.
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(The Center Square) – Gov. Kate Brown’s goal of returning thousands of Oregon students to classrooms this school year is drawing ire from seniors and teachers waiting on their vaccines.
Gov. Kristi Noem and South Dakota’s congressional delegation are criticizing President Joe Biden’s decision to cancel a permit needed to build the Keystone XL pipeline while a coalition of Indigenous people, environmental activists and some rural landowners are celebrating.
(The Center Square) – Texas plans to sue the Biden administration over several executive orders recently issued, and immigration policy is front and center.
(The Center Square) — Oregon saw 25,500 jobs lost in December, marking the biggest employment dip since last April, the Oregon Employment Department reports.
(The Center Square) – President Joe Biden’s administration issued an order temporarily halting leases and permits for oil and gas development on federal land, fulfilling a pledge he made during his campaign, despite pushback from the industry and states that rely on revenue from energy development.