U.S. Senate votes to curb farmland purchases by China, Iran, North Korea, Russia
WASHINGTON — U.S. senators approved bipartisan amendments to the annual defense policy bill Tuesday night that would prohibit China, Iran, North Korea and Russia from purchasing U.S. farmland and screen American investment in high-tech ventures on foreign adversary soil. By a 91-7 vote, the lawmakers approved a measure that would require review of — and direct the president to […]
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Nationally, super-premium spirits saw the fastest revenue growth in the 2020-21 fiscal year, with a growth rate of 82 percent from the super premium and high-end product categories.
‘We can’t slow down’: In Pgh, Biden talks infrastructure, manufacturing and supply chain disruptions
Speaking from Mill 19 at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Biden first took a moment to address the bridge collapse that occurred in Pittsburgh early Friday morning.
Pa. Rep. Wild sets sights on addressing U.S. supply chain vulnerabilities
Rep. Susan Wild, D-7th District, along with 24 other Democratic representatives, plan to send a letter to Congressional leaders Thursday, “calling for additional legislative action on [sic] to ease supply chain bottlenecks and help lower costs for their constituents.”
Two is the limit as Pa.’s state-run liquor stores tackle supply chain disruptions, shortages
The 43 rationed beverages include specific champagnes, bourbons, tequilas, cognacs and whiskeys, according to the AP report.
‘Be Patient,’ central Pa. food suppliers, retailers tell consumers frustrated by empty shelves
Karns and other central Pennsylvania food suppliers urged patience as supply chains stabilize after weeks of uncertainty, and precautions are taken to promote health and safety.