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Arkansas governor gives initial OK to herbicide ban

Arkansas' governor gave initial approval Friday to temporarily banning the use and sale of an herbicide that's prompted hundreds of complaints and a federal lawsuit claiming it's caused widespread damage. … Click to Continue »
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