Policy Articles

All the latest policy news from Utah Farm Bureau.

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American trading partners retaliate with tariffs

7/5/2018

Some of America’s biggest trading partners are retaliating against the Trump Administration’s aluminum and steel tariffs with tariffs of their own.

Farm Bill Ready for Conference

7/5/2018

Congressional lawmakers are expected to soon head to conference to iron out the differences between the House and Senate legislation

Legislation Would Provide Ag Haulers Some Relief

7/2/2018

Recently introduced bills address some of the unique challenges of transporting agricultural products and livestock.

After House Passes Farm Bill, Attention Turns to Senate

7/1/2018

Farmers and ranchers are looking forward to Senate action on its version of the farm bill.

Agriculture Continues Pressing for Immigration Reform

6/27/2018

It’s past time for Congress to get the immigration system overhauled

House Farm Bill Passage a Win for Farmers

6/24/2018

By approving the 2018 Farm Bill, members of the House recognized the serious economic challenges facing farmers and ranchers across the country.

Tools to Help U.S. Agriculture Stay Competitive

6/21/2018

It’s never easy to pass, not due to partisan politics generally, but rather as a result of where Americans call home.

America Needs a Farm Bill Now

6/20/2018

The farm bill is vitally important legislation affecting this enormous, valuable resource and its rural population.

Agriculture pressing for immigration reform

6/11/2018

Agriculture is pressing lawmakers to fix the nation’s immigration system as producers struggle to find enough labor.

LA Times Farm Bill Column Ignores Risks Farmers and Ranchers Face

6/9/2018

A Los Angeles Times column on the farm bill that ran earlier this week relied heavily on the anti-progress agenda of those who oppose nearly every aspect of our nation’s modern food system.

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