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Todd Neeley DTN Staff Reporter
Fri Aug 1, 2014 01:09 PM CDT

With Congress now on a five-week vacation lawmakers are likely to get an earful from U.S. farmers.

The American Farm Bureau is urging its members to discuss with lawmakers how the EPA Clean Water Act rule and lack of immigration reform will affect life on the farm. In addition, the AFBF Friday expressed disappointment at the failure of World Trade Organization trade talks in Geneva this week.

"With mid-term elections just around the corner, farmers are taking this prime opportunity to share stories of how regulations like the EPA's latest waters of the U.S. rule and immigration reform directly affect ...

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