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Rural America Solutions Group Forum on "The EPA’s Assault on Rural America: How New Regulations and Proposed Legislation are Stifling Job Creation and Economic Growth"
Wednesday, September 29, 2010 2:00 PM

House Visitor Center, Room 201


RURAL AMERICA SOLUTIONS GROUP
House Visitor Center, Room 201
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
2:00 p.m.

FORUM ON:

  • "The EPA’s Assault on Rural America: How New Regulations and Proposed Legislation are Stifling Job Creation and Economic Growth"

WITNESSES & TESTIMONY:

Ms. Lisa Jackson (or designee)*
Administrator
Environmental Protection Agency
Washington, D.C.

Norm Semanko
Executive Director
Idaho Water Users Association
Boise, Idaho

Bob Gabbard
Chief Executive Officer
U.S. Coal Corporation
Lincoln, Kentucky

Wilmer Stoneman III
Associate Director
Public Affairs
Virginia Farm Bureau Federation
Richmond, Virginia

Keith Van Scotter
President and Chief Executive Officer
Lincoln Paper and Tissue
Lincoln, Maine

Tamara Thies
Chief Environmental Counsel
National Cattlemen’s Beef Association
Washington, D.C.

Tim Considine
Director
Center for Energy Economics and Public Policy
University of Wyoming College of Business
Laramie, Wyoming

Gerald Simonsen
Chairman
National Sorghum Producers
Ruskin, Nebraska

*Ms. Jackson declined to attend.

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