Spending Cuts and Debt

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May 13, 2019 Newsletter
Constituent Services, Chairman’s Corner (Subcommittee on General Farm Commodities and Risk Management Hearing, Compeer Financial, CoBank), House Committee on Veteran’s Affairs, Waubun-Ogema-White Earth Schools in D.C., Willmar Friends Appointed to Service Academies, Congressional Art Competition Winner, Stearns County Attorney, Transportation and Infrastructure Meetings, U.S. Bank, Institute for Portfolio Alternatives, National Association of Addiction Treatment, Minnesota Lymphedema Advocacy Group, Federal Disaster Assistance, Highway 2 West Manufacturers Association Meeting, Small Business Administration Association Meeting, Minnesota Association of County Office Employees Convention, Library of Congress Books Presented to Ortonville Public Library, Focus on the Debt (Disaster Funds), Minneapolis Passport Agency Anniversary Event, Up to $2500 Match for STEM Interns, Protect Your Move.
April 29, 2019 Newsletter
Chairman’s Corner (CODEL and Trade Issues, AMPI Letter – USMCA), Small Business Administration Releases State Profiles, Farmers for Free Trade, Mulder Family, Infectious Diseases Society of America, Pipestone Area Chamber, Sioux Falls VA Chapel Rededication, Focus on the Debt, Medical Alley Day, Family Farmer Relief Act of 2019, Marching Band Needed for 2020 Memorial Day Parade.
March 19, 2019 Newsletter
Dear Friends, This week, the Administration released the budget they would like to see passed for fiscal year 2020, which calls for deep cuts to a number of programs important to rural America, including crop insurance, rural water, and housing programs.
July 21, 2017 Newsletter
Gray Wolf Testimony, National Corn Growers Association, NAMI National Hot Dog Luncheon, Minnesota Corn Growers Association, Minnesota Telecom Alliance, Green Ribbon Schools, Visitors from the Seventh, Missouri River Energy Services, Minnesota Retail Federation, Red River Water Management, Soybean Field Day, Agriculture Committee Update, House Budget Resolution, and The Next Farm Bill, Conversations in the Field.
May 25, 2017 Press Release

House Agriculture Committee Ranking Member Collin Peterson today made the following statement on the Trump Administration’s FY 2018 Budget Request which would cut $231 billion from mandatory farm bill spending over ten years.

“This budget should be a warning to people in rural America. For years, groups like the Freedom Caucus, Heritage Foundation and Club for Growth have been advocating for these exact policies as part of their goal to completely do away with farm programs. They are now closer to making this a reality than ever before.

April 29, 2016 Newsletter
North American Agricultural Journalists, National Association of Farm Broadcasting, Cummins, Inc., Land O Lakes Board of Directors, Close Up, United Steelworkers, Minnesota Independent Community Bankers, Minnesota State Funeral Directors Association, Minnesota Association of Townships, Sempra Energy, (HALOS) Act, (SOAR) Act, H. J. Res 88, Agriculture Committee Update, annual Sonja Hillgren Scholarship and writing awards banquet, Arbor Day, New Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit, a Minnesota sailor
December 18, 2015 Newsletter
Holiday greeting, Agri-Pulse interview, and tax extender and omnibus packages.
June 5, 2015 Newsletter
Transportation Fly-In, Kevin Paap, Concerned Women for America, NAM, Home Builders Association, Physical Therapists, Antibiotic Stewardship Forum, Enterprise MN, Dairy Day, Rural Arts and Culture Summit, Hearing to Review Foreign Ag Subsidies, THUD Appropriations, World Livestock Auctioneer Championship, Veteran Voices Awards, UMM Green Ribbon Award, Secretary of Defense Environmental Award, Honoring Farmer Veterans
December 12, 2014 Newsletter
Clay Hunt SAV Act, Veterans Choice Program, House Omnibus Spending Bill, James L. Oberstar Memorial Highway, Propane Education and Research Act, Lock and Dam Investment, Holiday Fire Safety
January 31, 2014 Newsletter
2014 Farm Bill passage in House, propane shortage, Canadian Consul General, MN Wheat Growers, and newest Yellow Ribbon County member.

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