The House Agriculture Subcommittee on Rural Development, Research, Biotechnology, chaired by Rep. Tim Johnson, R-Ill., held a field hearing on the campus of the University of Illinois at Springfield (UIS) to review the role of broadband access in rural economic development.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 15- The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is seeking public comment on a petition filed by the environmental advocacy group Save the Frogs to ban the use and production of atrazine.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 15â€“ The House Judiciary Committee, led by Chairman Lamar Smith (R-Texas), began its formal consideration of H.R. 2164, the Legal Workforce Act, on Thursday. The legislation would require employers to submit names and Social Security numbers of new workers through an electronic da
WASHINGTON, Sept. 14--The federal government must do more to help the $300 billion U.S. food and agriculture sector respond and recover from potential terrorist attacks and natural disasters, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) said in a report to Congress on Tuesday, two days after the 10 y
WASHINGTON, August 26 â€“ In anticipation of a severe reduction in funding for Direct Payments, the National Cotton Council (NCC) announced Friday it will ask Congress to enact a revenue-based crop insurance safety net in the next farm bill.
So how much are they going to cut out of agriculture as part of the latest debt deal? No one seems to know for sure, but the Chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee and the Ranking Member has distinctly different views.