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Ag Groups Ready to Help with Developing New Farm Bill

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Officials in Washington D.C. are gearing up to debate reauthorizing the next farm bill in 2023.

One group of grower-leaders intends to be a valuable resource for both corn growers and policymakers.

The Risk Management and Transportation Action Team is a group that oversees much of the National Corn Growers Association’s public policy work on transportation, the farm safety net, and federal taxes.

That group intends to play an active role in preparing NCGA for the 2023 Farm Bill.

“We will be spending time evaluating the current farm bill commodity and crop insurance programs, supporting strong risk-management tools, and looking for areas of improvement,” says team chair Bill Leigh. “The work to protect key tax provisions never stops in Washington.”

The current estate and gift tax exemptions will automatically lower in several years unless addressed by Congress. The Action Team will continue working to protect important tax provisions while the farm bill debate takes place in Washington.