FARMERS would no longer need to obtain a hazardous material endorsement before transporting diesel fuel critical for a number of agricultural operations if Congress passes new legislation introduced in both chambers to eliminate the requirements.
House Agriculture Committee vice chairman Randy Neugebauer (R., Texas) and ranking member Rep. Collin Peterson (D., Minn.) introduced H.R. 1267, a bill that would make it easier for farmers, custom harvest
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