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Diversity groups get big chunk of Ag Department conference spending

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Federal officials have spent more than $6 million since 2008 sending hundreds of U.S. Department of Agriculture employees to conferences focused on minority recruitment, anti-discrimination personnel practices and diversity training. Most of the money paid for sending USDA employees to meetings of professional organizations that represent minority workers on the government payroll, while the...

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