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Jim Hanson hansonjb
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     CEDA Topic published a new entry entitled "Working Resolutions - THE LIST after day 2" on 6/3/2008 3:18:28 PM, written by Gordon Stables. 


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      Working Resolutions - THE LIST after day 2
      The following is the list of the eight resolutions that the committee has developed and is working to review. We are asking the community and committee to review the items tonight and to provide feedback. Each of the eight items will be evaluated and voted on for inclusion on the ballot. We will not be considering anything substantively new tomorrow. We look forward to hearing your perspectives.


      Resolution #1

      Resolved:  The USFG should substantially reduce its agricultural support, through the elimination of all or nearly all domestic support, export subsidies and /or market access barriers, for one or more of:  biofuels, Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations, corn, cotton, dairy, fisheries, rice, soybeans, sugar, wheat.

      Resolution 1b:

      Resolved:  The USFG should substantially reduce its agricultural support, through the elimination of all or nearly all domestic support, export subsidies and /or market access barriers, for biofuels, Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations, fisheries, and/or one or more of the commodity crops (commodities) in the 2007 Farm Bill.

      Resolution #2

      Resolved:  The USFG should substantially reduce its agricultural support, at least eliminating all or nearly all of its domestic subsidies, for one or more of:  biofuels, Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations, corn, cotton, dairy, fisheries, rice, soybeans, sugar, wheat.

      Resolution #2b:

      Resolved:  The USFG should substantially reduce its agricultural support, at least eliminating all or nearly all of its domestic subsidies, for biofuels, Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations, fisheries, and/or one or more of the commodity crops (commodities) in the 2007 Farm Bill.

      Resolution #3

      Resolved:  The USFG should substantially reduce its agricultural support as measured by the Producer Support Estimate for one or more of:  biofuels, Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations, corn, cotton, dairy, fisheries, rice, soybeans, sugar, wheat.

      Resolution 3b:

      Resolved:  The USFG should substantially reduce its agricultural support as measured by the Producer Support Estimate for biofuels, Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations, fisheries, and/or one or more of the commodity crops (commodities) in the 2007 Farm Bill.

      Resolution #4

      Resolved:  The USFG should substantially reduce its agricultural support, as measured by the Producer Support Estimate, at least eliminating all or nearly all domestic subsidies, for one or more of:  biofuels, Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations, corn, cotton, dairy, fisheries, rice, soybeans, sugar, wheat.

      Resolution 4b:

      Resolved:  The USFG should substantially reduce its agricultural support, as measured by the Producer Support Estimate, at least eliminating all or nearly all domestic subsidies for biofuels, Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations, fisheries, and/or one or more of the commodity crops (commodities)  in the 2007 Farm Bill.




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