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December 25, 1985

Deputy Secretary of Agriculture John R. Norton said in Washington that he may resign because of conflict-of-interest rules that would prevent him from enrolling his large Western farming operations in next year's federal crop-support programs. Norton, who has been at the Agriculture Department less than a year, said that his family farm corporation in Arizona and California could lose as much as $1 million if it is barred from participating in federal programs next year.

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