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INSIDE WASHINGTON: Looking ahead at ag policy for 2018

Colin Woodall, NCBA senior vice president of government affairs, shares what he sees for agricultural policy action in the year ahead.

It’s another election year, meaning the next couple of months will be crucial in determining what gets acted on in Congress. Colin Woodall, senior vice president of government affairs at the National Cattlemen's Beef Assn. (NCBA), gave his views on what he expects in the year ahead on the agricultural policy front.

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