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Newhouse Amendment Looks To Make It More Difficult For Foreign Companies To Purchase US Ag Land
Newhouse Amendment Looks To Make It More Difficult For Foreign Companies To Purchase US Ag Land
On Thursday, Dan Newhouse introduced an amendment to the Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies FY2023 Appropriations Bill prohibiting the purchase of agricultural land in the U.S. by companies owned, in full or in part, by the People’s Republic of China, Russia, North Korea, or Iran. “...
Newhouse: D.C. Must Do Better To Help The American Farmer
Newhouse: D.C. Must Do Better To Help The American Farmer
Last week, Republican leaders from the Agriculture and Budget Committees introduced the Reducing Farm Input Costs and Barriers to Production Act.  Dan Newhouse, chair of the Western Caucus, said the legislation would protect and promote American agriculture by reversing the Biden Administration’s regulatory barriers to domestic production, while providing immediate relief to farmers and families a
Legislation Looks To Protect The Snake River Dams
Legislation Looks To Protect The Snake River Dams
A host of Northwest lawmakers introduced legislation Thursday supporters say will protect the Four Lower Snake River Dams. The Federal Columbia River Power System Certainty Act supports the Federal Columbia River Power System improves and maintains hydropower assets, ensuring operations throughout the system are conducted in accordance with the latest federal scientific review, and continuing to
Newhouse Calls On Interior To “Follow The Science” When It Comes To Gray Wolves
Newhouse Calls On Interior To “Follow The Science” When It Comes To Gray Wolves
Last week, Dan Newhouse, chair of the Western Caucus, joined 20 of his House Republican colleagues in introducing the Trust the Science Act, which looks to strengthen state management of the gray wolf. The legislation would require the Department of the Interior to reissue the 2020 final rule delisting the gray wolf from the list of endangered species in the lower 48 states ...
Central Washington Irrigation District Named WaterSMART Recipient
Central Washington Irrigation District Named WaterSMART Recipient
The Bureau of Reclamation announced that the Quincy-Columbia Basin Irrigation District has been selected to receive a federal WaterSMART grant. The Water and Energy Efficiency grant will help the District improve water use, increase renewable energy production, reduce the risk of water conflicts and provide “other benefits that will enhance water supply sustainability.” ...

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