EPA administrator should have ag background

CropLife president calls for presidential candidates create a new culture at EPA.

Speaking at the Agriculture Policy Forum during the Illinois State Fair, CropLife America (CLA) president and chief executive officer Jay Vroom called for presidential candidates to assure Americans that they will create a new culture at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that understands and strives to work with production agriculture.

Since its creation in 1970, EPA has regulated many areas affecting agriculture, including pesticides, water quality and land use. Yet,

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