American Farm Bureau Sends Strong Message About EPA

The 92nd annual meeting of the American Farm Bureau Federation is underway in Atlanta, and Sunday morning during the president’s address, Farm Bureau members nationwide heard exactly what their organization’s leadership thinks of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

The 92nd annual meeting of the American Farm Bureau Federation is underway in Atlanta, Sunday morning during the president’s address, Farm Bureau members nationwide heard exactly what their organization’s leadership thinks of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

“Our message to the new Congress is clear: It is time to stop the EPA.”

Bob Stallman cited greenhouse gas regulations, new rules on dust, and expansive new rules for water as some of the regulations that endanger agriculture. “This pressure is a clear and present danger to American agriculture, and it’s coming from one major source.”

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