The White House budget blueprint to shrink the EPA proposes cuts to chemical, pesticide and research programs—such as a screening program for hormonally active chemicals—that companies may want to support, an attorney told Bloomberg BNA.
Hopeful the Trump administration will loosen the regulatory grip of the Environmental Protection Agency, making it easier to use the herbicides they need to manage tough weeds. Still education is vital. Read moreRead More »
The majority of those in the room were those most directly affected by the bill – farmers and their families, those who depend on agriculture for their own business ventures, and even future farmers who want to carry on a tradition that has been the backbone of this country for[…]Read More »