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A bipartisan group of lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives is determined to make sure the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) does not disclose private information of U.S. farmers and ranchers as it did in early 2013. Congressman Rick Crawford (R-Ark.), joined by Representatives Jim Costa (D-Calif.), Lee Terry (R-Neb.) and Mike McIntyre (D-N.C.), introduced the Farmer Identity Protection Act that would prohibit EPA from releasing agricultural producers’ private information into the public domain.

In 2012, EPA proposed a rule under the Clean Water Act that would have resulted in the agency gathering private information of livestock producers and making it publicly available and searchable through its website.