An Attorney General’s Role in the Farm Crisis: The Minnesota Experience
State governments must act to relieve the economic crisis in rural America. The state attorneys general, working in combination with concerned individuals and officials both in and out of their own states, have a crucial role to play in meeting the challenges created by this crisis. The purpose of this article is to examine that role, focusing on the Minnesota experience.
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