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The Environmental Protection Agency drafted ecological risk assessments on 27 pesticides that do not reflect sound science.
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June 22, 2017
While critics have been very vocal about their opposition to the state’s recently released draft Domestic Action Plan (DAP) for the Western Lake Erie Basin (WLEB) due to its reliance on voluntary guidelines and practices in agriculture, the numbers tell a different story, according to Michigan Farm Bureau Ag Ecology Department Manager, Laura Campbell.
June 8, 2017
Legislation allowing off-track wagering on horse races recently passed the House of Representatives on a vote of 65-43, with bipartisan support.
Legislation amending the state’s sales and use tax laws related to agricultural exemptions passed the Michigan House of Representatives and is supported by Michigan Farm Bureau.
: Ionia County Farm Bureau member Jason McCormack represented Michigan’s food and agriculture industry on the governor-appointed 21st Century Economy Commission.
May 25, 2017
Local oversight and management of the state’s Clean Water Act permitting program through the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality’s is again in jeopardy of being revoked by the Environmental Protection Agency.
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