Rep. Newhouse seeks market, export promotions in farm bill update

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Expanding domestic market access and promoting exports of American farm products are among the provisions being endorsed by U.S. Rep. Dan Newhouse, R-Wash., as Congress considers reauthorization of the nationwide Farm Bill.

“Trade continues to be critical for American farmers and ranchers, and American agricultural products are a key part of the global food supply,” Newhouse told the House Committee on Agriculture during testimony last week. “The Farm Bill must ensure that agricultural exports are prioritized in market promotion and that U.S. food aid continues to support American producers.” Read the rest of the article here.