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USDA very focused on regulatory reform

Perdue’s regulatory reform officer shared ongoing process USDA is taking in evaluating current regulations on the books.

Regulatory reform isn’t just a campaign rallying cry; it has become interwoven into many agencies under the new Trump Administration, which are conducting robust and deep dives aimed at how to regulate more effectively while offering the least interference with how the private sector does business.

While speaking at a Farm Foundation Forum May 24 focused on the future of agricultural regulations, Rebeckah Adcock, senior advisor to Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue and regula

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