Lawmakers are protecting family farms from the SEC with this re-introduced legislation

Several Republicans have re-introduced a bill that would make family farms exempt from greenhouse gas emissions reporting rules.

The “Protect Farmers From The SEC Act” was introduced last session but stalled. The SEC’s Climate Disclosure Act would require all public companies to disclose their greenhouse gas emissions.

It is a proposal Ranking Member of the Senate Ag Committee John Boozman says would burden America’s farmers and ranchers with costly compliance requirements and unnecessary paperwork.

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