Today is the first field hearing for the 2018 farm bill in Manhattan, Kansas. Read why Senator Bob Dole believes the farm bill could have an enormous impact on the world's hungry people.
In today’s Kansas City Star, Senator Bob Dole writes about why getting the next farm bill right is so important.
“Now more than ever, the world’s hungry are counting on the goodness of the American people — and the crops of American farmers in the heartland. And these same global communities will remember those who offered assistance in times of crisis. Thursday’s hearing provides an opportunity for Kansans to remember the Midwest’s incredible legacy of fighting hunger — and the opportunity to make the world safer by feeding hungry people in need.
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