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Backlash growing over dust regulation plans
The Environmental Protection Agencys (EPA) plan to regulate dust produced by agricultural operations was front-and-center again last week. The agency is looking to mitigate dust emissions from common agricultural practices such as field tilling, and even driving on gravel roads, by cutting allowable levels in half from current standards.
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