Federal Appeals Court Orders Dismissal of Lawsuit Challenging Oklahoma Environmental Clean-Up Program

“From the beginning, this lawsuit was a political exercise with little basis in law,” said Attorney General John O’Connor. “The district court found no real problem, and now the D.C. Circuit has held that the case should have never been allowed in the first place. Oklahoma is grateful for that decision. Court battles like this can take years, unfortunately, but defending Oklahoma’s interests is always worth it.”

Video: How to Control Flies on Livestock

K-State Research and Extension news service    Manhattan, KS- In this video, K-State Research and Extension veterinary entomologist Cassandra Olds outlines the best ways to control flies in livestock herds, a problem that she says “plagues most producers most years.”   While most people associate flies as one breed, there are actually four types that […]

Sen. Marshall: Amelia Earhart Statue Will Inspire Visitors From Around the World

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Roger Marshall, M.D. today spoke on the Senate floor about Amelia Earhart and about this week’s statue unveiling. After waiting more than 20 years, Amelia Earhart’s statue will replace fellow Atchison native and former U.S. Senator John Ingalls as a part of the renowned collection of statues in the U.S. Capitol. […]