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2010-06-01MARYVILLE, MO | By: Wayman
Talk of carbon taxes and a proposal to broaden the clean water act to include farm ponds are two examples that has the Missouri Farm Bureau speaking up.
Garret Hawkins is the Director of National Legislative Programs for the group and says politicians need to take a long-term view at proposals.
Environmental groups point to the size of the entire American Agriculture industry as one reason regulations need to be applied.