Bicameral & Bipartisan Letter to Farm Bill Conference Committee on ending the “Actively Engaged” Loophole

I want to bring to your attention a letter that I am leading with Senator Grassley, Senator Durbin, and Rep. Mark R. Meadows, and urge you to sign on and support these simple reform efforts to end “actively engaged loopholes. ”The letter urges Farm Bill
Conferees to maintain provisions included in the Senate-passed Farm Bill in the final conference agreement to reduce abuses related to what it means to be “actively engaged” in farming. This provision would mean that allowing only one additional manager per
farm entity to be eligible for $125,000 in Title 1 farm subsidies or $250,000 if the manager is married. 

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Bicameral & Bipartisan Letter to Farm Bill Conference Committee on ending the “Actively Engaged” Loophole

I want to bring to your attention a letter that I am leading with Senator Grassley, Senator Durbin, and Rep. Mark R. Meadows, and urge you to sign on and support these simple reform efforts to end “actively engaged loopholes. ”The letter urges Farm Bill
Conferees to maintain provisions included in the Senate-passed Farm Bill in the final conference agreement to reduce abuses related to what it means to be “actively engaged” in farming. This provision would mean that allowing only one additional manager per
farm entity to be eligible for $125,000 in Title 1 farm subsidies or $250,000 if the manager is married. 

Read More

Bicameral & Bipartisan Letter to Farm Bill Conference Committee on ending the “Actively Engaged” Loophole

I want to bring to your attention a letter that I am leading with Senator Grassley, Senator Durbin, and Rep. Mark R. Meadows, and urge you to sign on and support these simple reform efforts to end “actively engaged loopholes. ”The letter urges Farm Bill
Conferees to maintain provisions included in the Senate-passed Farm Bill in the final conference agreement to reduce abuses related to what it means to be “actively engaged” in farming. This provision would mean that allowing only one additional manager per
farm entity to be eligible for $125,000 in Title 1 farm subsidies or $250,000 if the manager is married. 

Read More