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Blood And Dirt: A Farmer’s 30-Year Fight With The Feds

On a crisp May morning set against a striking backdrop of farmland tucked between rolling hills in northwest Pennsylvania, Randy Brace, 23, looked south after a tillage pass and watched in surprise as a 12-car caravan pulled alongside his fields.

 

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John Dillard: Policy and Law in Play in 2018

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