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Sign up to follow, and well e-mail you free updates as theyre published. Youll receive free e-mail news updates each time a new story is published. Youre all set! By John Wagner By John Wagner April 20 at 11:04 AM Follow @WPJohnWagner Former senator Scott Brown (R-Mass.) welcomes attendees to a Donald Trump campaign stop in New Hampshire in January 2016. (Matt Rourke/AP) President Trump on Thursday announced the nomination of Scott Brown, a former senator from Massachusetts who later unsuccessfully sought a Senate seat from New Hampshire, as his ambassador to New Zealand. Brown, who more recently has served as a commentator for Fox News, endorsed Trump at a key point in the 2016 Republican nominating contest, after Trump had lost the Iowa caucuses to Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) and just ahead of the New Hampshire primary, in which Trump prevailed. Brown, 57, burst onto the national stage in 2010 when he unexpectedly won a special Senate election to fill the seat left vacant by the death of Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.). He was defeated in 2012 by now-Sen.
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State officials have a trade mission planned for Mexico May 4-7 with hopes of finding new markets for Wisconsin dairy products. Posted: Friday, April 14, 2017 4:00 am Finding more markets for Wisconsin dairy products goal of state-led trade mission to Mexico LARRY AVILA firstname.lastname@example.org The Pilot (more info) Independent With the U.S. saturated with milk and Wisconsin dairy farmers desperately seeking buyers, a new state-led dairy trade mission to Mexico announced Thursday comes at a critical time. Ben Brancel, secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection, will lead a delegation of state officials and representatives from nine dairy and agricultural companies to Aguascalientes, Mexico, May 4-7 where they will attend Expo Leche, Mexicos largest annual dairy industry conference. State officials say the goal is to strengthen Wisconsins relations with its existing dairy customers but also to find new opportunities for the states dairy businesses. Brancel said the trade mission to Mexico was in planning long before the recent situation that was created when Grassland Dairy Products Inc. of Greenwood informed several dozen Wisconsin dairy farms it no longer would accept milk from them after May 1. Grassland lost its Canadian customers, who each day purchased more than 1 million pounds of ultra-filtered milk, a product with elevated protein content thats typically used in cheese production, so Grassland had to reduce its milk intake. With U.S.-Mexico relations strained from recent actions by the Trump administration over construction of a border wall and a pledge to reopen negotiations for the North American Free Trade Agreement, Brancel wants Mexico to know Wisconsin values its trade partnership. About $3 billion in Wisconsin exports went to Mexico in 2016, making it the states second-largest trading partner behind Canada. But we also are trying to identify new distributorships so we can market (Wisconsin dairy) products, he said.
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