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Tuesday 04/01/14

Farm Bureau Opposes EPA Waters Rule
The American Farm Bureau Federation added itself to the list of groups opposing the EPA/Army Corps of Engineers proposal to redefine "waters of the U.S."[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 9:00PM CDT 04/01/14 by Chris Clayton | Post a Comment
Comments (2)
I hope more stick up for our rights.
Posted by Unknown at 1:31PM CDT 04/02/14
This is a prime example of EPA employees trying to justify their jobs, or should I say secure their jobs even deeper. Why do we keep funding an agency that has completely lost all the respect from the ag community? Quit throwing/wasting money at the EPA and maybe, just maybe they might start focusing on REAL issues that actually matter. If or when will the general public realize that we can't afford to pay a bunch of people to do a bogus job creating bogus laws and regulations that cost us even more to be in compliance or in fines. Rediculous!! They need to focus on real issues that really matter.
Posted by RJZ Peterson at 3:27PM CDT 04/03/14
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