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Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWashington Farm Bureau CEO John Stuhlmiller talks about the ups and downs of 2019 and what to look forward to in 2020.
Farm and Ranch ReportSupreme Court Discusses Water Pollution
The Agribusiness UpdatePresident proposes replacement for Obama-era rule targeting power plant pollution, and California Supreme Court denies Monsanto's glyphosate appeal.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington Policy Center's Madi Clark talks about state Supreme Court's latest ruling that leaves agriculture asking why.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington Policy Center's Madi Clark talks about why the state Supreme Court is bowing to special interest groups to the detriment of agriculture.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportRepresentative David Taylor of Moxee honored with two prestigious awards for his work on defeating Hirst decision.
The Agribusiness UpdateLegislative DACA solution loses urgency after Supreme Court ruling, and VP Pence praises farmers and ranchers on National Ag Day.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWashington Farm Bureau names 2017 Legislators of the Year.
The Agribusiness UpdateU.S. Ag watches while European Union secures worldwide trade deals, and American Farm Bureau Federation supports Supreme Court ruling on WOTUS challenges.
The Agribusiness UpdateCryptocurrencies used for first time shipping food commodities, and Supreme Court rules on WOTUS challenge venues.
Fruit Grower ReportLawmakers pass a Hirst fix for water rights and a Captial Budget.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportMoses Lake Senator Judy Warnick is pleased to announce the legislative fix to the state Supreme Court's Hirst ruling.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportRepresentative Joel Kretz asks, if the Hirst ruling is fair, then why shouldn't all of Washington abide by the same rules?
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWashington State Supreme Court's Hirst ruling costing state $7-billion annually in missed opportunity.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThe Supreme Court's Hirst Decision is costing the state $7-billion annually.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWashington State Supreme Court deciding on case that could require farmers to pay laborers for non-production time spent at work.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportState Supreme Court deciding whether or not farm workers should be paid for non-production time.
Fruit Grower ReportState Supreme Court's Hirst ruling is costing the State of Washington $7-billion in unrealized economic activity.