The story of John Duarte and 450 acres in Northern California is a complicated matter. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it’s a tale of a clear violation of the Clean Water Act. Duarte, on the other hand, says the real story is about assumptions and overreach by the government.“I call it peeling the onion because this thing goes so many layers deep,” he says.
President Trump’s proposed cut for the Superfund program comes as some in Congress are trying to do just the opposite—restock the program’s coffers. The Superfund program, which EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has called “absolutely essential,” would be cut by nearly one-third under President Donald Trump’s proposed budget. The program pays[…]Read More »
The head of the Renewable Fuels Association sees no damage to ethanol production or exports from the Paris climate accord withdrawal, but other major businesses in the agricultural supply chain see differently. Read moreRead More »