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January 31, 2017 Press Release

Congressman Collin C. Peterson, D-Minn., released the following statement on the Trump Administration’s Executive Order on Immigration: 

“In the past I have supported increased vetting of those wishing to enter our country. That said, I have reservations with how the Administration has gone about this process with a broad stroke of the pen, instead of working with Congress to ensure a dialogue and getting to a sensible solution that protects Americans at home and our troops abroad while maintaining our core values and respect for Constitutional rights.”

March 30, 2016 Newsletter
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee, White Earth Tribal Nation, Water Conference, Close Up, New Beginnings, Chairman Seki, American Society of Plant Biologists, Leadership at its Best, Bush Foundation Fellowship Winners, and Cuba Relations on KFGO
January 8, 2016 Newsletter
USAID Administrator Smith, Susan Vento, Restoring Americans Healthcare Freedom Reconciliation Act, Streamlining the Regulatory Process, New York Public Library Digital Collections
November 4, 2015 Press Release

“Thank you Mr. Chairman. And I’d like to welcome today’s witnesses to the Agriculture Committee.

A strong agriculture sector and stable food supply is critical to national security. And agriculture has an important role to play when it comes to our country’s national security interests, something I don’t think a lot of people really understand.

Today’s hearing will allow us to examine the threats and any vulnerability to agriculture and the economic impact these could have. I have particular interest in HPAI and look forward to discussing this and other threats.

October 23, 2015 Press Release

“Thank you Chairman Conaway.

“I'm pleased that we can follow up on what I thought was a good discussion in June. As I said then, I think we need to keep a close eye on how other countries subsidize agriculture. This is especially important to keep in mind during our debates on the farm safety net. We need a level playing field if we are going to be competitive in a global market.

February 27, 2015 Newsletter
Minnesota Farm Bureau, Minnesota Agriculture and Rural Leadership, USA Rice Federation, Farmers Rice Cooperative, Potato Growers (Meeting/Reception), National Alfalfa and Forage Alliance, Red River Valley Sugarbeet Growers, Minnesota American Legion, MN Broadcasters Association, Minnesota Elementary School Principals Association, American Chiropractic Association, Concordia University Student Visit, Twin Cities Clean Cities Coalition, Todd County Economic Development Authority, Minnesota Department of Transportation, National Autism Society, Almost Lost: A Meditation on War, American Pulse Association, Modernizing U.S. – Cuba Relations, Agriculture Committee Begins SNAP Reviews, EPA Science Advisory Board Reform Act, Pilots Bill of Rights, Department of Homeland Security Appropriations, Keystone XL Pipeline, Commodity Classic, FFA Week, United States Naval Academy Summer Programs
January 16, 2015 Newsletter
Regional Conservation Partnership Program, Voyager Industries, Enterprise Minnesota, America Road Team, Growers Association, Clay Hunt Bill, Regulatory Accountability Act, DHS Appropriations, Gray Wolf Legislation, Critical Access Hospitals, Free Trade with Cuba Act, Future Farmer Training and Development, Fee-Free Forest Days
June 27, 2014 Newsletter
MN Floods, CFTC Re-authorization, DRC Adoption, Bio-diesel Volume, Sportsmens Foundation, Citizens Climate Lobby, MASSP, Art Competition, Courthouse, This Week in american History, Visitors from the 7th, Congressional Art Competition
May 30, 2014 Newsletter
Memorial Day in Milan, Red River Valley update, American Stroke Month, U.S. Postal Service update, adoption suspension in Democratic Republic of Congo, and visitors from the 7th.
May 16, 2014 Newsletter
JA Hughes Elementary School Book Drive, Syttende Mai, National Police Week, Armed Forces Day, Arlington National Cemetery turns 150, MN Museums Month, and Small Business Week.

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