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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Tue Feb 5, 2013 11:03 AM CST

Outgoing EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson told reporters from the news agency Reuters in an article published Monday that if she had a regret while in office it was her relationship with people in agriculture and rural America. Jackson said the failure to relate to rural America led to a lot of rumors and fictitious views that were spread around the country.

"If I were starting again, I would from day one make a much stronger effort to do personal outreach in rural America," Jackson told Reuters. "Had I known that these myths about everything from cow flatulence to spilled milk ...

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