Today's DriveTime features news on farmworker raises, the final days of USDA's trade mitigation signup, and what the nation's pork producers want to see for trade policy in 2020.
The House cleared a pair of bills to fund the government as its Ways and Means Committee considered legislation to implement the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
It’s the first day of a busy week in Washington as lawmakers face a lengthy to-do list before heading home for the year. Today’s DriveTime has more on USMCA, government funding, and a farm bill implementation update.
The U.S. and Chinese governments have confirmed news reports of a trade deal, leaving farm country to wonder about the next steps in negotiations and the future of the Market Facilitation Program. More on that and a farm labor lobbying update in today's DriveTime.
The Trump administration’s trade agenda was under a GOP microscope today, USDA announces the second round of rural broadband funding, and farm groups shift focus toward the Senate as the House is expected to vote on the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement next week.
The House takes up an ag labor bill, Congress debates tax extenders, a House bill gets a Senate companion, and ag groups dive into the issue of rural stress. Hear more in today's DriveTime.