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The Senate has ensured that farm subsidies will rise In what’s being called a “compromise.” But the rest of that bill has another side, With billions in food stamps being denied. But Obama is making an executive move That should make employment odds improve: He says that federal employers should avoid Discriminating against the long-term unemployed. Rallies took place in over forty states In an effort to seal Keystone XL’s fate. Though the State Department says the pipeline won’t hurt Their impact assessment is a load of dirt. Speaking of dirt, California is in a drought That puts some areas’ water supplies in serious doubt. And North Carolina experienced a major coal spill Of ash and polluted water that may make people ill. After twenty years in a Michigan jail, A murderer decided escape would not fail. He dug under two fences and pulled it off well, But within a few days, he was back in a cell. In Idaho over forty were arrested Demanding less gender discrimination, for which they protested. And CVS is taking a stand: No tobacco will be sold, no matter the brand. This week, as always, was up and down, But remember that you choose to smile or frown.