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Vasquez: IRA funding helps support USDA

A New Mexico lawmaker says the extra Inflation Reduction Act funding allocated to conservation programs will help the Department of Agriculture have the staffing levels and money necessary to address producer demand for assistance.



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Daybreak Jan. 25: Key Republican: Don’t pay for future tax cuts

A short-term tax package that would restore full bonus depreciation and raise limits on the Section 179 expensing provision is now set to move next week in the House. Meanwhile in the Senate, the top Republican on the Senate Finance Committee is making clear that the bill shouldn’t set a precedent for offsetting the cost of future tax bills.
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Climate conference in Egypt elevates ag issues

Agriculture has played a prominent role at the United Nations climate conference, where a broad range of companies, groups and governments have been discussing issues ranging from reparations for climate damage to the role of livestock in contributing to and perhaps even mitigating the problem.
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