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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Tue Apr 23, 2013 08:34 PM CDT

The EPA's nominated administrator awaiting confirmation votes in the Senate and the acting administrator preparing to testify over the agency's budget before the Senate Committee on Appropriations on Wednesday. In the courts, agricultural groups continue to pressure EPA regulations.

The American Farm Bureau issued a statement Tuesday citing that "Poultry and livestock farmers scored a when Monday when a federal court rejected efforts by the Environmental Protection Agency to dismiss a case brought by West Virginia poultry grower Lois Alt."

EPA had tried to require Alt to get a Clean Water Act discharge permit for run off from her poultry ...

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