Sound Science in Agriculture Regulations

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Arizona: Department of Agriculture Director's Letter to EPA Administration Urging Use of Scientiic Evidence in Decision-MakingKentucky: Commissioner's Letter to EPA Administration Calling for Policy Creation Based on Sound ScienceAlabama: Governor's Letter to EPA Administration Urging Consideration of Scientific Evdience in Creating RestrictionsFlorida: Governor's Letter to EPA Administration Calling for Use of Scientific Evidence in Creating RestrictionsGeorgia: Commissioner's Letter Calling for Sound Science as the Premise of Legislative and Regulatory ActionIdaho: Governor's Letter to EPA Administration Calling for Science-Based RegulationsKansas: Governor, Commisioner Letter to EPA Administration Urging Science-Based Rules and Regulations Impacting AgricultureMontana: Governor's Letter to EPA Administration Urging the Use of Sound, Science-Based Regulations Impacting AgricultureNorth Carolina: Governor, Commissioner Letter to EPA Administration Urging the Use of Sound, Science-Based Regulations Impacting AgricultureWest Virginia: Governor's Letter to EPA Administration Urging the Use of Sound, Science-Based Regulations Impacting the Agriculture IndustryWyoming: Governor's Letter to EPA Administration Calling for the Use of Science-Based and Peer Reviewed Research in EPA RulemakingAlabama: Senate Resolution Requiring the Use of Sound Science in Evaluating Crop Protection Chemistries, Genetically Engineered Traits, and Agricultural NutrientsGeorgia: Letter from the Commissioner, House and Senate Agriculture Committee Members Urging the EPA to Consider Agricultural Dependence on Sound, Science-Based Regulations and to Make Decisions Free from Political InterferenceIndiana: House Resolution Supporting the Use of Sound Science in Evaluating Crop Protection Chemistries and NutrientsIndiana: Senate Resolution Recognizing the Need for the Use of Sound Science in Evaluating Crop Protection Chemistries and NutrientsKansas: House Resolution Urging the Federal Government to Require the Use of Sound Science in Evaluating Crop Protection Chemistries and NutrientsMississippi: Senate Resolution Supporting Federal Regulations Requiring the Use of Sound Science in Evaluating Modern Agricultural TechnologiesNorth Carolina: Senate Bill 225 The Birds and the Bees Act to Clarify the Authority of Local Governments to Adopt Ordinances Related to Bee Hives and to Require the Department of Agriculture to Study Strategies for PollinatorsNorth Carolina: Senate Bill 513 to Provide Regulatory Relief to the Agricultural Community by Providing for Various Transportation and Environmental Reforms and by Making other Statutory ChangesNebraska: Director of Agriculture Letter to EPA Administration Urging the Agency to Seek Input from Scientific Bodies and State and Local Government Agencies when Determining Rulings that Impact the Agriculture IndustryPennsylvania: Senate Resolution Urging Federal and State Regulatory Agencies to Utilize Science-Based Data in Evaluating Crop Protection Chemistry and NutrientsSouth Dakota: Congressional Resolution in Support of the Use of Sound Science in Assessing Crop Protection Chemistries and Nutrients and Opposing Restrictive Legislative or Regulatory ActionsSouth Dakota: Secretary of Agriculture Letter to EPA Administration Urging the Consderation of Regulations Based Soley on Sound ScienceTennessee: Congressional Delegation Resolution Supporting the Use of Science-Based Data to Assess Modern Agricultural Technologies and Opposing Restrictive Legislative or Regulatory ActionTexas: House of Representatives Resolution Supporting the Use of Sound Science in Studying and Regulating Modern Agricultural TechnologiesTexas: Senate Resolution Supporting the Use of Sound Science in Studying and Regulating Modern Agricultural TechnologiesTexas: Department of Agriculture Official Proclamation in Support of the Use of Sound Science in Assessing Modern Agriculture Technology