Agriculture & Farms

Whether one opposes or supports laws that benefit farms, farmers, and the agriculture industry generally, including federal subsidies and insurance guarantees.


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    The Orting Valley has a long and vibrant history as a farming community. We have had Daffodil fields, Raspberry farms, Dairy farms, Rhubarb fields, Pumkin fields and other farming crops. Sadly, we have seen many crops replaced with homes thus losing this valuable farming land forever. I support any and all legal actions we can take to preserve the agricultural endeavours we have left.

    Douglas Bishop

    City Councilor,
    Orting, Washington

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    Farmers form a large portion of the backbone of our nation. We have to ensure that they are able to efficiently do what they love to do, without too much hindrance from the government.

    Gary Joseph Plumlee

    City Councilor,
    Medical Lake, Washington

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    Pamela M Sossi

    State Representative,
    Harper Woods, Michigan

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    Again another poorly thought out question mixing items that are separate There is a giant difference in the types of farming that is being done in the USA & in our State & each of these farms have different needs & needs to be addressed separately Small Family Farms need assistance & protection from both corporate farms as well as the banks which can use predatory measures against them

    Theresa Tillett

    State Senator,
    Windsor, Connecticut

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    We need to increase smart farming in America and we can only accomplish that by ending subsidies to big corporations and invest those funds in small and urban farms. Instead of giving people a fish for the day--we need to teach them how to raise fish and vegetables so that they can grow their own food each day and feed their families and the local community!

    M. V. Vinny Mendoza

    U.S. Senate,
    Ponchatoula, Louisiana

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    Let's keep property taxes low for farmers and all property owners!

    Cheryl A.W. Musgrave

    Commissioner,
    Evansville, Indiana

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