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EPA stumbles again in releasing more CAFO documents

For the second time in a month, U.S. EPA is asking environmental groups to return another set of documents containing personal information of livestock producers. Allison Wiedeman, chief of the rural branch of EPA's Office of Wastewater Management, told environmental groups in a letter dated Tuesday and obtained by Greenwire that the agency accidentally provided too much information on livestock operations in Montana and Nebraska in its package of documents for 30 states.

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