News bites: Immigration overhaul heads to Senate floor

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The Internal Revenue Service announced relief measures for tornado victims in Oklahoma.

The oil and gas industry blasted the Environmental Protection Agency for limiting public comment on new low sulfur gas regulations.

The White House completed review of proposed rules that govern standards for formaldehyde emissions from certain types of wood products.

Lawmakers and experts criticized a provision of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform bill meant to reduce violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

A Tornado-ravaged city in Oklahoma had complained that changing federal regulations were slowing hazard mitigation plans.

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