USA: FB urges President to name specialist to prevent agroterrorism
The American Farm Bureau Federation today urged President George W. Bush to appoint a specialist within the new Office of Homeland Security to help safeguard agriculture and the nation's food supply from terrorism. In a letter to President Bush, AFBF President Bob Stallman requested that a special high-level staff position focusing on the prevention of agroterrorism be appointed to serve under Gov. Tom Ridge, head of the new Office of Homeland Security.
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