Resolved: That the United States should substantially change its federal agricultural policy.
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|"The Bureau of Land Management does not conduct or
enforce agricultural policy at all."
"[The Bureau of Land Management is] not directly involved with any agricultural policy programs."
"Does the Bureau of Land Management have anything to do with agricultural policy? Generally speaking, no, it does not."
"The Bureau of Land Management is indirectly involved with agricultural policy in that we control grazing lands for livestock and things like that."
Statements extracted from a MCPP phone interview with Larry Finfer,
Assistant Director of Communications with the Bureau of Land Management.
The interview was conducted in the morning of July 11, 2001.