Farm Bureau urges more comment on costly EPA rule

Farm Bureau urges more comment on costly EPA rule

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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is poised to use the Federal Clean Air Act to implement a non-conclusive finding that greenhouse gases endanger the public health and welfare. Missouri Farm Bureau President Charles Kruse sent a letter to Missouri’s Congressional Delegation asking them to urge EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson to extend the public comment period another 60 days beyond June 23rd.

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