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The Trump administration has been on a mission to reduce regulations, and Wyoming's ranchers would like to be a part of that regulatory relief. In 2015, the Food Freedom Act allowed Wyoming farmers to sell raw poultry, eggs and milk outside state lines, but not beef.
Ranchers say that hurts their business, and that they'd like to sell their beef outside the state because there aren't enough customers in rural Wyoming. Melodie Edwards (@MelodieEdwards3) of Wyoming Public Radio reports.
This segment aired on August 10, 2017.
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