Cosponsor H.R. 3844, the Farmer Fairness Act

I invite you to cosponsor the Farmer Fairness Act. The bill would extend the same Clean Water Act environmental liability requirements of Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation (CAFO) contract farmers to integrator companies.

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HEMP FOR VICTORY ACT

Since the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, which removed hemp from the Controlled Substances Act, there has been a growing interest to capitalize on hemp cultivation across the United States. As a commercial, industrial, and medicinal/therapeutic product,
the potential for hemp to become a major U.S. commodity already is evident given continued expansion of hemp cultivation in states and their businesses.

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Join the Newly Formed Bipartisan Agritourism Caucus

We invite you to join the bipartisan Congressional Agritourism Caucus. We created the Agritourism Caucus to highlight the contributions of agritourism to the economy and to educate other members, congressional staff, and the public about the challenges and
opportunities facing the agritourism industry to better inform policy decisions. 

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Cosponsor: Flood Insurance for Farmers Act (H.R.830)

We invite you to cosponsor the Flood Insurance for Farmers Act (H.R.830), to make the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) work better for our nation’s farm
families. This bipartisan bill would lift the de facto prohibition on construction, expansion, or repair of agricultural structures like barns, sheds, and silos in areas designated at risk of floods by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

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Cosponsor H.R. 3019, the American Grown Act

Flower farmers in the United States are struggling to compete. Almost 80% of cut flower purchases in the United States are imported from other countries, leaving American farmers at a disadvantage in a market dominated by countries with less regulations
and cheap labor. Meanwhile, the federal government contributes to this by often purchasing foreign flowers instead of those grown in the United States to decorate their facilities. Congress should do its part and ensure that the federal government supports
the flower farmers it represents.

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