Final Affordable Clean Energy Rule
The Environmental Protection Agency released the final Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) rule.
I applaud President Trump and Administrator Wheeler for repealing the previous administration’s Clean Power Plan and replacing it with the ACE rule. Not only was the Clean Power Plan illegal, it threatened to raise electricity bills, reduce grid reliability, and eliminate well-paying jobs. The ACE rule respects the law and restores the proper balance between states and the federal government while promoting energy security. ACE is a win for North Dakota and the nation.
Cover Crops Dates
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced that farmers who planted cover crops on prevent plant acres will be permitted to hay, graze, or chop those fields in September instead of November this year.
Our policies should incentivize farmers to do what they do best: grow food. This policy does exactly that by giving farmers more flexibility and discretion over how they manage their land and crops while ensuring they can receive prevent plant indemnities.
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