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Names in the News - July 12, 2017
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Business Briefs - July 13, 2017
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Donnelly tours Hoosier hog operation to prep for farm bill debates
U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly toured the hog farm of Dallas and Meggie Foster in rural Rush County on July 7 as part of an effort to connect with Hoosier farmers prior to 2018 farm bill negotiations later this year.
7/13/2017
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Campus Chatter
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EPA’s biofuels proposal will lower volume levels
Reactions from farm groups and ethanol supporters have been mixed to the U.S. EPA’s announcement last week to keep the volume obligations for the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) similar to recent years.
7/12/2017
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AFBF analyst affirms 2017 farm economy will improve
Current corn and soybean profitability may not pull ahead of their 2016 income levels for midwest farmers, but Dr. Bob Young believes the nation’s overall agricultural economy will improve for 2017.
7/12/2017
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FCMA, crop groups worried about proposed insurance premium cuts
Proposed cuts to crop insurance could negatively impact farmers and rural America, said an official with Farm Credit Mid-America (FCMA).
7/12/2017
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U.S., Mexico agree on a resolution of sugar fight
A trade dispute with Mexico over sugar imports has ended, with the United States winning a deal likely to lift prices of sweeteners used by American food producers and consumers, the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) and the Mexican government announced June 30.
7/12/2017
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Tax hike, budget OK’d; Illinois averts shutdown
Illinoisans can draw a deep breath after a series of dramatic votes over the extended July 4 weekend holiday that led to the state’s first full budget plan since July 1, 2015. After attempts to override vetoes by Gov. Bruce Rauner were successful last week, significant shutdowns in some state operations were averted.
7/12/2017
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Does more U.S. trade equal less crop insurance?
7/12/2017
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