What's on policy horizon?

What's on policy horizon?

Tax extenders, trade and rolling back regulatory overreach in EPA water rule proposal become top policy priorities.

WITH the elections behind us, the sentiment from major commodity groups that represent farmers in Washington, D.C., is to expect a more conducive environment for agriculture-friendly policies.

Still, Roger Johnson, president of the National Farmers Union, said with Republicans taking over the Senate, there's likely to be a stalemate on anything somewhat controversial.

Here's a snapshot of some of the top-of-mind policy issue

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