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'Got Milk?' campaign gets the boot

The industry is moving on from the iconic slogan after 20 years, switching to the tagline 'Milk Life' instead.

By InvestorPlace 3 hours ago


By William White



"Got Milk?" is out.


Milk's iconic slogan is becoming a thing of the past as the Milk Processor Education Program is moving on to something new.


The milk industry is switching to a new campaign that will feature the tagline "Milk Life."


Milk
Life will highlight the benefits of drinking milk and will focus on how
much protein is in the dairy beverage. The Milk Processor Education
Program plans to spend $50 million to promote the campaign, which will
include TV, print and digital ads that will feature milk powering people
through physical activities like break dancing, reports Ad Age.



The
"Got Milk?" campaign first started in 1993 and was licensed by
the California Milk Processor board. In 1995, the national milk industry
also adopted "Got Milk?", Ad Age notes.



A large part of the "Got Milk?" campaign was showing celebrities with milk mustaches. Those that have donned the white 'stache over the years include Whoopi Goldberg, Larry King and Kermit the Frog.


"Got Milk?" has become the most recognizable tagline in the history of beverages and is considered more a part of culture than an advertising campaign.


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EPA's Wood-Burning Stove Ban Deals Blow to Rural Homes






Tuesday, 18 Feb 2014 01:42 PM
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The Environmental Protection Agency recently imposed restrictions on wood-burning stoves that will deal a blow to rural Americans who rely on wood to heat their homes.

Critics charge that the rule changes were enacted following pressure from environmental groups.

The EPA tightened restrictions in January on the level of fine airborne particulate emissions that wood-burning stoves can emit, from 15 micrograms per cubic meter to a maximum of 12 micrograms.

The EPA restrictions would ban the production and sale of the kinds of wood-burning stoves that compose 80 percent of those currently in use in the United States, Forbes reported.

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"Although this is an ancient technology, it can provide a solution for high heating costs in many parts of the country," Laura Huggins, a research fellow for both the Hoover Institution and the Property and Environment Research Center, told Newsmax.

"With up to one-third of this country's energy consumption used for heating, policymakers would be wise to consider the benefits of wood as a heat source," Huggins said.

In the face of tightening economies and rising heating costs, more Americans have been turning to cheaper, archaic sources for heat, especially those in poorer areas.

The number of households heating with wood grew 34 percent from 2000 to 2010, with 2.4 million homes, or 2.1 percent of U.S. housing units, using wood as their primary heating source, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Nearly 10 million additional homes use wood to supplement their primary heat source, the U.S. Energy Information Administration disclosed.

Huggins said environmentalists should cheer the use of this energy source.

"Fuel for wood heating is a renewable resource, and under the right circumstances can be local and sustainable," Huggins said.

But pressure from environmental groups has been responsible for many of the EPA rule changes.

In October, attorneys general for some of the most liberal states — Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland, Rhode Island, Vermont, New York, and Oregon — filed suits against the EPA seeking restrictions on wood-burning heaters.

The environmental group Earthjustice jumped on the bandwagon and filed its own suit against the federal agency.

The suit sought to force the EPA "to update clean air standards that limit emissions from new outdoor wood boilers, furnaces, and other similar sources that discharge large volumes of smoke and soot," said Earthjustice, which filed the action along with other environmental and health groups, including the American Lung Association, Environmental Defense Fund, Clean Air Council, and Environment and Human Health, Inc.

The new EPA mandate has all the markings of a "sue-and-settle" scheme between the government and environmentalists, critics charge.

Sue-and-settle suits are filed by environmentalists as a means of winning "consent decrees" that are parlayed into regulations the environmentalist groups wanted in the first place.

"This is but another example of the EPA and other government agencies working with activist environmental groups to sue and settle on claims that afford leverage to enact new regulations which they lack statutory authority to otherwise accomplish," Forbes reported.

William Yeatman, a senior fellow with the Competitive Enterprise Institute, told Newsmax: "EPA engages in sweetheart litigation in order to cede its regulatory initiative to green special interests like the Sierra Club.

"Virtually all of EPA's air quality regulations were prompted by such sue-and-settle litigation, the occurrence of which has exploded since President Obama assumed the Oval Office," Yeatman said, adding that the wood-burning stove regulation "is only the latest example of policy-making."

The EPA "has targeted oil, gas, coal, and nuclear with needless regulations," Yeatman said. "Now the agency is going after wood — a biofuel."

Pressure from the federal government is contributing to states seeking further restrictions on wood-burning stoves, Alaska state Rep. Tammie Wilson said.

Alaskan officials are worried about losing "federal highway funds," Wilson told Newsmax. "These new EPA proposed bans on wood-stove burns are absolutely the reaction to 'sue and settle.' Alaska should push back on the EPA and not do their dirty work. A governmental agency should not be allowed to shut down a resident's right to utilize a certified appliance burning approved fuels."

Wilson, a Republican who's been tracking the federal crackdown on wood stoves, says the state environmental agency has taken up the mantra and implemented even tighter rules for residents.

"The Alaska Division of Environment Conservation has proposed stricter regulations for our area," including restrictions on "wintertime outdoor open burning" in certain areas, Wilson said.

The state agency also set tight limits on particulate emission levels for new wood-fired heating devices and put local air quality agents in charge of declaring "air quality episodes and advisories," with power "to take immediate action — voluntary and/or mandatory shutdowns of solid fuel-burning devices," Wilson said.

"Rather than fret over EPA's computer model-based warning about the dangers of inhaling soot from wood smoke, residents have more pressing concerns on their minds such as the immediate risk of freezing when the mercury plunges," Wilson told The Associated Press.

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 Michelle Manhart, 38, was handcuffed at Valdosta State University in Georgia on Friday after clashing with protesters who were desecrating a U.S. flag.

"I did not want anything like this, but I got a call from a student who told me that the flag was on the ground, and they were walking on it," Manhart told the Atlanta Journal Constitution. "I was just going over there to pick up the flag off the ground. I don't know what their cause is, but I went to pick it up because it doesn't deserve to be on the ground."

The incident was captured on video, with Manhart first bickering with protesters and then with police. Manhart can then be seen being detained by police and put into handcuffs. According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, the veteran received a criminal trespass warning, effectively barring her from university activity.









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Michelle Manhart, 38, was handcuffed at Valdosta State University in Georgia on Friday after clashing with protesters who were desecrating a U.S. flag.

"I did not want anything like this, but I got a call from a student who told me that the flag was on the ground, and they were walking on it," Manhart told the Atlanta Journal Constitution. "I was just going over there to pick up the flag off the ground. I don't know what their cause is, but I went to pick it up because it doesn't deserve to be on the ground."

The incident was captured on video, with Manhart first bickering with protesters and then with police. Manhart can then be seen being detained by police and put into handcuffs. According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, the veteran received a criminal trespass warning, effectively barring her from university activity.

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Michelle Manhart, 38, was handcuffed at Valdosta State University in Georgia on Friday after clashing with protesters who were desecrating a U.S. flag.

"I did not want anything like this, but I got a call from a student who told me that the flag was on the ground, and they were walking on it," Manhart told the Atlanta Journal Constitution. "I was just going over there to pick up the flag off the ground. I don't know what their cause is, but I went to pick it up because it doesn't deserve to be on the ground."

The incident was captured on video, with Manhart first bickering with protesters and then with police. Manhart can then be seen being detained by police and put into handcuffs. According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, the veteran received a criminal trespass warning, effectively barring her from university activity.

A veteran and former Playboy model was detained by police after clashing with protesters who were allegedly stepping on the U.S. flag. (Photo/Courtesy Michelle Manhart)
 Manhart posed for Playboy in 2007, appearing in uniform, out of uniform, and also while draped with the American flag. According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Manhart was reprimanded and demoted for her appearance in the magazine, and quit the military the following year.






































 
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