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Bill Introduced in House to Stop Clean Water Act Expansion

first_imgHome Indiana Agriculture News Bill Introduced in House to Stop Clean Water Act Expansion Source: NAFB News Service By Gary Truitt – Apr 27, 2012 NCBA Supports Measure to Stop Clean Water Act ManipulationThe legislation introduced Friday to prevent the EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers from using their clean water guidance to expand the regulatory regime under the Clean Water Act has the support of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association and the Public Lands Council. According to NCBA President J.D. Alexander – the Administration has used guidance documents as opposed to going through the rulemaking process – which allows government officials to bypass the consideration of legal, economic and unintended consequences. While the guidance claims to provide clarity and certainty to landowners – PLC President John Falen says the only thing livestock producers can be clear and certain about if the guidance is finalized is more federal regulation and costly permits.Despite three Supreme Court rulings and a letter from 170 members of Congress opposing the guidance – Alexander says EPA and the Corps have crowned themselves kings of every drop of water in the country. He says the bill introduced by the leaders of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee and the Agriculture Committee is the best path forward in preventing the guidance from becoming reality. Previous articleFarm Bureau Supports Approval of New Corn VarietyNext articleBeef Futures Markets Bounce Back Slightly after BSE Reports Gary Truitt Bill Introduced in House to Stop Clean Water Act Expansion SHARE Facebook Twitter Legislation has been introduced in the House to stop attempts by the EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers to expand federal power under the Clean Water Act and extend the government’s regulatory reach to every ditch, puddle and pond in the country. The bill – H.R. 4965 – was introduced by leaders of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee and the Agriculture Committee. It would prohibit the Obama Administration from finalizing or implementing the EPA and Corps Clean Water Act guidance to broaden the scope of federal jurisdiction under the Act.Ag Committee Chair Frank Lucas says the new authorities granted in this guidance would mean farm ponds, stock tanks and seasonal runoff ditches could conceivably be included under new regulations. He says the economic impact on farmers, ranchers and rural communities would be devastating. Lucas says the President and his EPA must stop the pattern of over-regulation and intrusion into individual and state rights.Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chair John Mica says the Administration is doing everything it can to increase costs and regulatory burdens for American businesses, farmers and individual property owners. He notes this federal jurisdiction grab has been opposed by Congress for years – and says the Obama Administration and its agencies are ignoring law and rulemaking procedures in order to tighten the regulatory grip over every water body in the nation. According to Mica – the Administration needs to realize it’s not above the law. SHARE Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

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first_imgAlan GreenshieldsGreggsBakery firm Greggs has recruited former Safeway and Morrison’s area operations manager Alan Greenshields to head up its Scottish division.As general manager of Greggs of Scotland, Greenshields will succeed Raymond Reynolds, who has been promoted to retail director for the group, joining Greggs’ board.Greenshields brings more than 26 years’ retail experience to Greggs, which has 160 shops in Scotland and employs more than 2,500 staff in the country.Martin BrewisAllied BakeriesAllied Bakeries has appointed Martin Brewis as sales director. He joins the company from Campbells Soup, where he was sales director for five years. Brewis will report directly to Allied Milling and Baking chief executive Brian Robinson.Gary Johnstone-Allen, Gary LancasterEdmeFood ingredients supplier Edme has appointed Gary Johnstone-Allen as technical sales manager, responsible for developing existing and new business with bakers and food manufacturers. He joins Edme from a private patisserie and bakery manufacturer and previously worked for ingredients supplier Danisco and flour miller Rank Hovis.Also new to the team is Gary Lancaster, technical sales manager, who joins the firm from Cereform, where he spent seven years. Prior to that, he worked at Bowmans flour mills in technical and NPD roles. He is also president of the London South East Milling Society and his new role will be to develop existing and new business with millers and bakers.Nick HarrisonZeelandiaZeelandia’s newly created position of technical sales executive for the north of England and Scotland has been filled by Nick Harrison, who joins the company from Seabrook Crisps. The role is designed to represent a more dedicated service to craft bakeries, offering more technical presence and greater expertise.Harrison worked as a head chef in the UK and across Europe before moving into bakery, working at The Village Bakery in Melmerby, Cumbria.Jonathan LauMuntonsMalted ingredients firm Muntons has appointed Jonathan Lau as its new Asia/Pacific sales manager. Based in Singapore, Lau will be responsible for day-to-day management and development of malted ingredients sales within the Asia/Pacific region. He previously spent 10 years in chemical intermediates and food ingredients distribution and two years in international futures trading and commodity brokerage.Daniel HemmingAllied MillsThe new commercial and technical manager at Allied Mills is Daniel Hemming, who joins the company from BakeMark UK, where he spent seven years as senior bakery technologist and technical account manager. His role at Allied predominantly covers the north of England and the Midlands.Clive FramptonEPPAClive Frampton of Shepton Mallet-based Framptons has been elected as the new president of the European Egg Processors Association, whose role is to protect and promote the interests of egg processors throughout Europe. nlast_img read more