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Censky nominated for USDA deputy secretary

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WASHINGTON — Stephen L. Censky has been nominated by President Donald Trump to become deputy secretary of agriculture.

Censky is the American Soybean Association's chief executive officer. He is in charge of managing ASA's legislative, trade policy, international market development, communications and leadership development programs.

Prior to joining ASA, Censky worked in Washington, D.C., for over a decade. He began his career on Capitol Hill as a legislative assistant for agricultural and transportation matters to Sen. Jim Abdnor (R-S.D.).

He later served in both the Reagan and George H.W. Bush administrations at USDA helping to. . .

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