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The NALC's Brigit Rollins will present on #pesticides at our upcoming Western Ag & Environmental Law Conference- June 13-14, 2024 at @unevadareno, with a livestream option also available. Registration is open- find conference information/agenda here: https://nationalaglawcenter.org/legaleducation

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ICYMI: "The Deal with #Dicamba"- Staff Attorney Brigit Rollins discusses the latest dicamba news, including the Feb. 6 decision by an Arizona federal court to vacate over-the-top use of dicamba, and the recent existing stocks order from EPA:

Settling a legal dispute in court can take a long time, something farmers never have enough of. Alternative dispute resolution offers a flexible framework to work out difficult issues without waiting for the judicial system. See our state compilation:

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The Feed: Volume 2, Issue 4

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