Resolved: That the United States should substantially change its federal agricultural policy.
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|"The EPA does not have a role in the enforcement or
implementation of agricultural policy."
"The EPA does not make a serious attempt to influence agricultural policy like it used to."
"The EPA does cooperate with the USDA's farmland set aside programs for the purpose of improving water quality with buffer strips next to farmland and similar initiatives."
Statements extracted from a MCPP phone interview with Lisa Niseson, Office of Policy at the Environmental Protection Agency. The interview was conducted in the afternoon of July 12, 2001.