Legal With Leah: NPDES permit transfer update

U.S. EPA’s denial to transfer permitting from Ohio EPA to ODA doesn’t change a thing with the state’s livestock permitting process.

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Legal with Leah: Supreme Court ag cases update

Agricultural issues have been highlights of the opening weeks of the U.S. Supreme Court. The Sackett v. U.S. EPA case and a case over Proposition 12 in California both have been heard.

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Legal with Leah: Noxious weeds

What are considered noxious weeds in Ohio and what is the landowner’s responsibility in keeping them controlled?

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Legal with Leah: Columbia Gas of Ohio v. Bailey Family/Arno Renner Trust

Ohio Farm Bureau and the Union County Farm Bureau recently filed an amicus brief in a case with potential impacts to farmland preservation programs.

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Legal with Leah: Ohio Power v. Burns eminent domain case

Landowners should have the right to challenge and make sure that a taking is necessary and that it’s limited to what is actually necessary so that the law is upheld.

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Legal with Leah: Trees and property rights

In this Legal with Leah, Ohio Farm Bureau Policy Counsel Leah Curtis answers the most common questions about Ohio laws regarding trees and property rights.

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Legal with Leah: Sackett v. U.S. EPA

Ohio Farm Bureau filed a brief in this case, focused on correcting the myth that if the Clean Water Act doesn’t cover wetlands, then there would be no regulation or protection.

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Legal with Leah – Proposition 12 Heads to Supreme Court

Ohio Farm Bureau Policy Counsel Leah Curtis discusses the ramifications Prop 12 has on American agriculture and what the next steps for the case will be.

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Legal with Leah: Economic development and eminent domain

With the announcement of Intel in Licking County, will eminent domain will play a role in finding the land resources for future projects in rural areas?

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Legal with Leah: Enlist Duo and EPA decision

What actions are being done for Farm Bureau here in Ohio and for the American Farm Bureau on this issue?

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