For corporate America, there’s a lot to like about President-elect Donald Trump’s platform: fewer regulations, lower taxes and a singular devotion to deal-making. Yet there’s one signature campaign pledge — to round up and deport millions of undocumented immigrants — that has many executives across the country on edge.
NASDA, a bipartisan organization built around the appointed and elected state agricultural directors an commissioners, is out with a letter to congressional budget leadership that lays down some markers on spending needs when the next federal fiscal year begins Oct. 1. Read moreRead More »
Much of Aggie-DC is focused on the ongoing farm bill process, which at this point is taking place in hearing rooms in Washington and at more informal locations for ‘listening sessions’ around the country. Reports suggest that staff for both the House and Senate Agriculture Committees will be drafting legislative[…]Read More »