AgriTalk: Is Ending WOTUS Worth Losing NAFTA?

AgriTalk - November 29, 2017

On the AgriTalk Farmer Forum, growers discuss whether the potential loss of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is too high of a price to pay for other gains made from the Trump Administration such as the rollback of the Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) rule.

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Showalter is under contract through 2018, and there is no hope Orioles owner Peter Angelos will let him out of his deal.
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Bowa is expected to remain in the organization, but not as a member of the big league coaching staff.
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Most in the industry see the Phillies as an organization on the rise with talented, up-and-coming players on the big league roster, a deep farm system and an owner that is ready to spend millions to fill the holes they cannot fill internally.
MacPhail said last week that he hopes the Phillies find their manager before the GM meetings, which begin Nov.
13.But it is not out of the question the Phillies can find their man before the end of the month.
Todd Zolecki has covered the Phillies since 2003, and for MLB.com since 2009.
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