Update On Agricultural Aid

USDA Release More Information, Many Questions Remain Late last Friday (April 17th), Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced a  $19 billion Coronavirus Farm Assistance Program and last night more details were released. While we know a bit more from these … Continued

Much Ag Aid Promised, Very Little Available Right Now

Agricultural Aid Promised in Response to Covid-19, Little Available Right Now.   The water remains murky when it comes to COVID-19 relief for farmers. The US Department of Agriculture’s plans around the $9.5 Billion earmarked for agricultural producers in the Coronavirus … Continued

Sign On TODAY to #CancelKXL

As the public health emergency from the novel coronavirus forces social distancing and community lockdowns, TC Energy (formerly TransCanada) is about to endanger thousands of workers by sending them into rural and Tribal communities along the path of its proposed … Continued

DRA Weekly Legislative Update

Legislature Adjourns Thursday; Gosch Tested for COVID-19 The last regular day of the 2020 Legislative Session was Thursday, March 12th, with Monday, March 30th reserved for consideration of gubernatorial vetoes. On Wednesday, Rep. Spencer Gosch was reported to have fallen … Continued

DRA Weekly Legislative Update

Senate Passes Riot Booster 2.0; Hoghouses Another Bill to “Fix” It Tuesday night’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on House Bill 1117, this year’s “Riot Booster” bill, included testimony from seven proponents and over a dozen opponents. The Governor’s office claimed … Continued

DRA Weekly Legislative Update

Riot Booster 2.0 Passes House–Heads to Senate Judiciary Tuesday It’s time to turn out. Riot Booster 2.0 will be heard in Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday evening, March 3rd at 7pm CT in Room 414 of the Capitol. You can … Continued