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AGB 414 Food and Agribusiness Policy Issues

Getting Started

If you need background and general information on where the public view of the issue is currently, start with

Next, to dig more into where the government stands on the issue currently:

If you need to know where the Executive Branch of the Federal Government stands or what it has done on your topic, contact me for more help if the agency web site does not give you the information you need.

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