|Miller:||Farmers and ranchers recently got some welcome news…that the Environmental Protection Agency would not be expanding air quality standards that regulates agricultural dust.|
|Krause:||That was good news for us, because that is exactly what we wanted EPA to do. Farm dust is naturally occurring, for the most part. It comes from driving on unpaved roads. It comes from tractors in farm fields. It comes from moving livestock. It’s very important for farmers and ranchers to be able to continue these and not be regulated just on the basis of the naturally occurring dust that there is.|
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