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Todd Neeley DTN Staff Reporter
Wed Apr 30, 2014 04:04 PM CDT

Though few efforts have been made on the federal level to reform the Endangered Species Act, one western farm group is scheduled to release a white paper in May looking at the need for reform in light of mounting water supply challenges.

The Family Farm Alliance announced in its April newsletter that it continues to push for a need to reform the ESA.

The alliance said in the newsletter that it hopes to continue to build momentum from a federal working group that held meetings in February. That group concluded that the law "while well-intentioned from the beginning, must be ...

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