Arkansas Plant Board considers future of dicamba regulations

Brigit Rollins (inset), staff attorney for the National Agricultural Law Center, is shown with a field of soybeans in Yarbro, Mississippi County, in these file photos. The soybeans, photographed in June 2017, show symptoms of dicamba damage. (Main, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette file photo; inset, courtesy photo)
Brigit Rollins (inset), staff attorney for the National Agricultural Law Center, is shown with a field of soybeans in Yarbro, Mississippi County, in these file photos. The soybeans, photographed in June 2017, show symptoms of dicamba damage. (Main, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette file photo; inset, courtesy photo)

Speaking to the state Plant Board on Tuesday, National Agricultural Law Center Staff Attorney Brigit Rollins addressed recent legal issues related to dicamba herbicides and how the U.S.

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