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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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
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    Our farmers and watermen are critical to our way of life on the Eastern Shore. They are an integral part of who we are and what attracts people to our area. We cannot put them out of business with unreasonable regulations. The interests of environmentalists must be balanced against the needs of working families to preserve the Chesapeake Bay and our rural heritage.

    Frank E. Cooke

    House of Delegates,
    Cambridge, Maryland

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  • SUPPORT
    S

    Julio C Nunez

    Town Council,
    BEDFORD, New Hampshire

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  • NEUTRAL
    N

    I believe that federal subsidies do need to be withdrawn.

    "DC" Caldwell

    Justice of the Peace,
    Houston, Texas

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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
    S+

    Agriculture is the backbone of our rural way of life. Farmers are the reason we have food to place on the table all across America. Therefore they deserve our support and we owe them nothing but the best in order to grow their business and prosper. It takes a special kind of dedication to work with the land and that should not be ignored. We can and we must keep this way of life growing and safe

    Eric David Morin

    State Representative,
    Sparta, Tennessee

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  • NEUTRAL
    N

    Janet S Everhard MD

    U.S. Representative,
    New Richmond, Ohio

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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
    S+

    Indiana's agriculture helps feed the world. Yet, the federal government--and the EPA in particular--continues to overstep its boundaries with unfair regulations that are an abuse of power. Indiana ranks #1 in wood office furniture, #1 in kitchen cabinet manufacturing, and #1 in duck production. With $5.7B in agricultural exports last year, we clearly have a lot to offer the country and the world!

    Jared Guy Thomas

    U. S. Representative,
    West Lafayette, Indiana

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