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 Rep. Mike Haffner, R-Pleasant Hill (at microphone) answers questions May 12 about legislation that would make it harder for private companies to buy agricultural land in the state for power lines.
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The measure is in response to a long fight over the Grain Belt Express, a planned transmission line that will cut across a 200-mile stretch of northern Missouri. The changes, however, will not affect that project.
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All wildlife requires three elements to survive: food, water, and shelter. You can attract the greatest variety and amount of wildlife to your backyard by providing a variety of those sources.
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