King Discusses Farm Bill Reauthorization with Iowa Farm Bureau
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Steve King released the following photo and statement after meeting this afternoon with members of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation. Representatives of the Iowa Farm Bureau were in Washington today to offer their perspective on legislative issues coming before Congress, including the reauthorization of the Farm Bill, the need for regulatory reform, and the importance of ensuring market access for Iowa’s agricultural products in international trade.
“It was a pleasure meeting with the Iowa Farm Bureau to discuss the reauthorization of the Farm Bill and other important priorities for Iowa agriculture,” said King. “Agriculture is the lifeblood of the 4th District, and I always appreciate receiving the input and insights that Iowa Farm Bureau members offer about how the actions we take in Washington affect them. As a member of the House Agriculture Committee, I will be taking an active role shaping the Farm Bill, and I appreciate having the opportunity to hear firsthand from those who have a stake in making sure Congress gets it right.”
Congressman King meets in his office with members of the Iowa Farm Bureau.
Communities throughout the 4th District were well represented in the meeting with Congressman King. The Iowa Farm Bureau Federation members attending today’s meeting live in Everly, Westside, Schaller, Manson, Mason City, Grundy Center, Rock Valley and Moville.