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Sec. Vilsack: “I just sometimes think rural America is a forgotten place”

From the front page of Today’s Washington Post Greg Jaffe and Juliet Eilperin reported on the front page of today’s Washington Post that, “Late last year, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack strode into the Oval Office to tell President Obama that he wanted to resign. “‘Mr. President,’ he said, ‘I think it’s time to go.’ “Vilsack […]
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