S.D. farm groups are divided on reaction to EPA's GHG rules

03/25/2010 | Rapid City Journal (S.D.), The

Two South Dakota farm groups opposed to federal regulations on greenhouse gases differ on how the state should react to the Environmental Protection Agency's planned rules. The South Dakota Farmers Union is against filing a lawsuit that is being pushed by the South Dakota Farm Bureau and other organizations. Rather than spend taxpayer money to fight the EPA, the state should call on Congress to pass energy-and-climate legislation that could benefit South Dakota farmers, said Doug Sombke, president of the Farmers Union.

View Full Article in:

Rapid City Journal (S.D.), The

Published in Brief: