Oklahoma Cattlemen Express Disappointment About the Departure of Scott Pruitt from EPA
Thu, 05 Jul 2018 16:34:08 CDT
The Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association's Michael Kelsey provided the Oklahoma Farm Report with the following statement after word came that EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has submitted his resignation, effective July 6th, to President Donald Trump.
"OCA is disappointed to learn about the departure of our friend Scott Pruitt from the EPA. Administrator Pruitt’s message and work that environmental stewardship and agriculture are partners not opponents was a welcome change. We look forward to his replacement holding to these same fundamental truths."
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