Hoosiers, including Ted McKinney, are on the list of potential candidates to lead the U.S. Department of Agriculture, although Texans may be more vocal about their interest in jobs in Washington.
In his first appearance before the Senate Agriculture Appropriations Subcommittee, Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue defended President Donald Trump’s budget in general, but said that in many areas, he realizes he can “benefit from some guidance” from the appropriators. Read moreRead More »
President Trump’s proposed cut for the Superfund program comes as some in Congress are trying to do just the opposite—restock the program’s coffers. The Superfund program, which EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has called “absolutely essential,” would be cut by nearly one-third under President Donald Trump’s proposed budget. The program pays[…]Read More »