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About ALEC’s Energy, Environment, and Agriculture Task Force
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a robust economy and a healthy environment and seeks to enhance the quality and use of our natural and agricultural resources for the benefit of human health and well-being. The Task Force works with more than 250 public- and private-sector members to develop model best practices legislation on issues such as climate change, energy, agriculture, environmental health, regulatory reform, federalism, chemical regulation, property rights, waste management, and public lands. John Eick is the Legislative Analyst and Interim Director of the Task Force and can be reached at (571) 482-5008 or email@example.com.
The Natural Resource Reserve: A Guide to Energy, Environment and Agriculture Model Policies of the American Legislative Exchange Council
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