Sen. Braun on Farm Bill: Should pass on time with no surprises

As members of Congress settle in on Capitol Hill, several lawmakers are holding high hopes for an on-time Farm Bill.

Senator Mike Braun from Indiana says he expects the Farm Bill to get passed with no major surprises with crop insurance being a cornerstone. He says some farmers are expressing concern over possible issues like emissions disclosure requirements by the SEC. Senator Braun says many farmers would not have the administrative capacity to do it and he vows to be vocally opposed to the idea.

The current Farm Bill expires at the end of September.

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