The Des Moines Register Quotes: “Iowa lawmakers should halt construction on animal confinements until Iowa’s water quality is significantly improved, a coalition of about two dozen state, local and national groups said Tuesday. The Iowa Alliance for Responsible Agriculture asked lawmakers to support 15 bills tightening oversight of confinements introduced by Sen. David Johnson, an…
Nebraska’s dominant industry is agriculture and agribusiness, which relies heavily on the availability of quality water supplies. Water law affects a variety of stakeholders in Nebraska.
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