With the upcoming November elections, both Clinton and Trump have expressed many opinions from an agriculture perspective. While they are both in opposition to TPP, there are a vast number of issues they view differently including immigration, nutrition, and eco-friendly energy sources where they disagree upon significantly. Stephanie Mercier takes a look at these great differences and gives us an unbiased comparison of where the two presidential hopefuls stand on ag issues. Following the comparison, how does that influence your vote?
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