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Va. bills cutting menhaden catch move ahead

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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- Virginia legislators are recommending passage of legislation that would cut the catch of a key commercial fishery in Virginia. Senate and House committee members endorsed companion bills Thursday to reduce the catch of menhaden by 20 percent. The oily fish is used in dietary supplements, animal feed and for other purposes and a commercial fishery in Reedville. The Atlantic...

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