A bipartisan group of Senators does not want any changes made to the sugar policy

A group of Senators are urging Ag Secretary, Tom Vilsack, to keep the sugar policy as is.

A group of Senators want to keep the sugar policy as is.

A bipartisan group including Senate Ag Committee Chair, Debbie Stabenow, and Minnesota Senators, Amy Klobuchar and Tina Smith, are urging the Ag Secretary to reject the efforts to weaken the current sugar policy.

The group says while the U.S. has enough supply right now, it is important the USDA does not do anything to change prices or the market. Lawmakers say the current sugar policy does not cost taxpayers anything.


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