Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam H. Putnam sent a letter to the House Committee on Ways and Means, voicing his support of the 2017 National Trade Policy Agenda. This agenda will help create a more even playing field for America’s farmers, ranchers and businesses.
The following is an excerpt from the letter:
“I applaud the Trump Administration’s National Trade Policy Agenda for 2017 and its clear intention to strictly enforce U.S. trade laws and ensure a fair and level playing field exists for America’s farmers, ranchers, and businesses. As the U.S. moves into the second round of NAFTA negotiations on September 1, it is imperative that the Administration’s goal to seek a provision to address the plight of the producers of perishable and seasonal commodities be included in any agreement.”
The letter can be accessed by clicking here.
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