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NFIB Protects Family Farms from "Spilled Milk" EPA Regulations

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Uploaded on Apr 5, 2011

As ridiculous as it sounds that milk would be treated as a dangerous substance, the truth is a few years ago, the EPA finalized an oil spill rule that qualified spilled milk in the same manner as gasoline.

This burdensome and costly regulation would clearly affect our nation's dairy farmers and anyone who buys milk at the supermarket.

After hearing the outcries from farmers, the agency proposed to exempt milk containers from the initial rule by this spring. Unfortunately, NFIB and our members are still waiting...

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