McCaskill discusses Farm Bill on state tour

1 decade 2 years 9 months ago Tuesday, August 28 2007 Aug 28, 2007 Tuesday, August 28, 2007 9:05:50 AM CDT August 28, 2007 in News
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ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Senator McCaskill is touring the state to discuss agricultural priorities and the Farm Bill. The Democratic U.S. senator is spending four days listening to farmers and agribusiness leaders in 13 Missouri farming communities. The 2007 Farm Bill will likely come to the Senate floor sometime this fall. McCaskill is asking for Missourians who have a stake in the Farm Bill to speak with her about the issues most important to them. Today, she's traveling to Palmyra, Chillicothe, Osborn and Concordia. Tomorrow, she'll be in Centerview, Garden City, Springfield and Rogersville. On Thursday, she'll be in Columbia, Huntsville and Malta Bend. On Friday, she'll be in Portageville, Malden and Dexter.

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