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INSIDE WASHINGTON: Ag interests make tax reform concerns known

Members warn of potential issues in farm economy if interest deduction is eliminated.

As the House begins its work on a tax reform package, the House Agriculture Committee attempted to get ahead of the game and gather its own information on what is important to the agriculture industry when it comes to the current tax code. For those in agriculture, it’s no longer just about advocating for the end of the death tax (which they did); it's so much more.

Interestingly, both committee chairman Michael Conaway (R., Texas) and ranking member Collin Peterson (D., Minn.)

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