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July 13, 2012

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Monica Barnes

It’s a good thing that U.S. senators have passed this Farm Bill. It can certainly aid in farm conservation programs and provide ample protection against water pollution. Having clean water is helpful to the U.S. economy. It can provide livelihood for the people, and serve as an excellent source of food. I hope more stringent laws that provide protection against water pollution are passed by the U.S. senators.

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