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Friday 08/01/14

Farmers Urged to Give Lawmakers Earful on CWA, Immigration
The American Farm Bureau is urging its members to discuss with lawmakers how the EPA Clean Water Act rule and lack of immigration reform will affect life on the farm. In addition, the AFBF Friday expressed disappointment at the failure of World Trade Organization trade talks in Geneva this week.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 1:09PM CDT 08/01/14 by Todd Neeley | Post a Comment
Comments (2)
Depends on what one defines reform to be! Creating a path of illegal immigrants does nothing to solve the labor issues. Putting a stop to entitlement abuse will. " Eventually"
Posted by Bonnie Dukowitz at 10:27PM CDT 08/02/14
Why does everyone think when they get legal status they are going to stay hid out in the farms and meat packing plants when they then can go into town and take jobs away from lazy whites and blacks. Anyone remember what happened about 30 years ago?
Posted by CRAIG MOORE at 9:38AM CDT 08/04/14
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