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Jim Patrico Progressive Farmer Senior Editor
Thu Jul 9, 2015 06:25 AM CDT

You can't escape news about the Environmental Protection Agency. Farmers in particular have a lot to talk about regarding new regulations involving Waters of the United States and -- in this week's headlines -- the Chesapeake Bay. I'll let my astute DTN/The Progressive Farmer colleagues Todd Neeley and Chris Clayton deal with what seems to be an intended expansion of EPA authority over bodies of water on farmland and a court ruling that the agency can, indeed, set pollution control standards for runoff in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. But I'd like to tackle the recent announcement about new fuel efficiency ...

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