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Indiana Farm Bureau Briefs Senator on Farm Bill Priorities For the past 6 months, an Indiana Farm Bureau task force has been collecting input from...

In the waning hours of the Indiana General Assembly, SB373 which would have protected farmers from unauthorized videotaping and photography on their farms, was...

SB373, which would protect farming operations from unauthorized photography or videotaping, went before the House Judiciary Committee on Monday. Bob Kraft with IFB says the bill underwent some major editing, "The bill now no longer even mentions videotaping, it is really a trespass bill."

SB373 on its way to passage by the Indiana House after quick approval by the Senate was sidetracked last week. Indiana Farm Bureau reports that, on Monday, the House of Representatives accepted the report of the Agriculture Committee on SB 373 (Sen. Eric Holdman, R-Markle, and, Rep. Bill Friend, R-Macy) and in a surprise move recommitted it to the House Judiciary Committee.

Bill to Protect Livestock Producers Moves Forward in Indiana Legislature   A bill to protect livestock producers from undercover videos is getting plenty of attention....

Ag Bills Making Progress in General Assembly With the current session of the Indiana General Assembly not even at the half way mark, several key...

Sonny Perdue connects with FFA The new secretary of USDA has hit the ground running following his confirmation last week. Sonny Perdue joined with the...

A bill to protect Indiana farmers from unauthorized videotaping on their farms is running into stiff opposition at the Statehouse. After passing easily through the Senate, SB 373 drew a standing room only crowd before the House Ag Committee last Thursday.

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