The Iowa Corn Growers Association (ICGA), one of the most effective, longest-standing agricultural associations in the country, released today its final list of state and federal policy priorities for the upcoming year.
“Each year, ICGA members set a list of legislative priorities on both the state and federal levels by completing a policy survey, discussion at the roundtables, and adopting policy at the Grassroots Summit,” said ICGA President Curt Mether, a farmer from Logan. “ICGA provides several opportunities throughout the year to get engaged and voice your opinion on different issues.”
2019 ICGA state priorities, listed in alphabetical order:
2019 ICGA federal priorities, listed in alphabetical order:
“I urge all members to attend ICGA's Day on the Hill on January 22 and March 27 or visit with your local legislators to have your voice heard and to share your priorities with state policy makers,” stated Mether. “Finally, I encourage you to invite your family and neighbors to join ICGA, so we can continue to fight together for agriculture and reach our goal of 10,000 members. Your engagement and voice matter as that determines all our success.”
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