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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Mon Jul 21, 2014 04:53 PM CDT

As I drove last week through several states following up on my Route 66 escapades it dawned on me that there are some bad roads in rural America.

Actually, it dawned on me that there were worse roads out there than ones I had already deemed bad.

It's amazing that the on-ramp to an interstate toll road can test the abilities of an all-wheel drive vehicle.

Rural infrastruture seems to be an even bigger challenge to fix, even in the midst of an energy boom. In Oklahoma, for example, the state has a moratorium on taxing horizontal drilling (fracking) in ...

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