AgriTalk: It’s All About Politics Instead of Good Policy

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As House Democrats seem set in their ways regarding the farm bill, House Republicans plan to keep plugging away. House Ag Committee Member Rodney Davis (R-Ill) said that even with Democrats’ firm stance in opposition to the bill, much can be gained through the process of debating what’s in it.

Davis said ranking member Rep. Collin Peterson (D- Minn) will ultimately catch the brunt of the criticism, but doesn’t believe that the party’s stance is being driven by him, and instead points to Representatives further up the chain. Specifically, he blames Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif)

“It’s all about November,” said…

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