Trump Farm-Bill Outline Emphasizes Work as a Food-Stamp Goal
Trump's Draft Public Works Plan Asks Cities, States to Pony Up
Calling proposed immigration reform legislation “devastating” to Western Growers members, association president and CEO Tom Nassif alerted members that the group will work to stop it from becoming law.
Registration is open for this year’s Southwest Ag Summit, set for Feb. 20-23 in Yuma, Ariz., and featuring a golf tournament this year.
As produce growers scramble to find legal help, positions certified under the Department of Labor’s H-2A agricultural guest worker program have expanded 43% in the last two years.
Some Democratic lawmakers indicate they will shut the government down unless something is done to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).
Trump Again Demands a Wall as Lawmakers Chase Immigration Deal