Today's DriveTime has updates on an ongoing ag labor bill markup, the U.S.-Japan deal having its day on Capitol Hill, and a new timeline on the upcoming Waters of the U.S. rule from the Trump administration.
A spending bill to fund the government beyond Thursday heads to the Senate, farm credit regulators worry non-performing loans are slowly rising, and South Korea has agreed to open their country to U.S. rice. More in today's DriveTime.
It could be a big week for the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement as time runs out for 2019 consideration. More on that and an inside look at conversations on biofuel policy in today's DriveTime.
More MFP payments are on the way. Hear more on that, Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue's first-hand account of the new ERS and NIFA office space in Kansas City, a new leader in the National FFA Organization in today's DriveTime.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says a deal with the White House on the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement is imminent, China lifts four-year ban on U.S. poultry, and USDA extends deadline for paying interest on crop insurance premiums.