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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Mon Jul 7, 2014 04:02 PM CDT

EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy is taking a road trip to Missouri later this week to "meet with farmers, stakeholders and agribusiness leaders to discuss Waters of the US, a proposed rule that clarifies and protects our nations’ waters under the Clean Water Act."

McCarthy will hold a press call on Tuesday with a farmer she will visit. She will also give a speech on Thursday to the Kansas City Agribusiness Council.

Joining McCarthy on a call Tuesday will be Bill Heffernan, who EPA describes as a corn and soybean farmer. Heffernan will show McCarthy around on Wednesday at his farm ...

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