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Missouri agricultural leaders opposed to WOTUS Missouri Cattlemen's Assn.
Pictured left to right: Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley; Rep. Chuck Basye; Rep. Tim Remole; Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler; U.S. Senator Roy Blunt; Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft; Missouri Department of Agriculture Director Chris Chinn; Rep. Travis Fitzwater; and U.S. Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer.

EPA administrator Pruitt visits Missouri

Missouri agricultural groups welcome decision to conduct review of WOTUS rule.

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt visited rural Missouri April 20 at the Thomas Hill Energy Center in Clifton Hill, Mo., as part of his “Back-to-Basics” tour. The Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives hosted the event, which also featured Sen. Roy Blunt (R., Mo.) and included all major agricultural organizations.

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