Legislative outlook for 2024 session
Farm Bureau members will focus on protecting property taxpayers, enhancing landowner rights and modernizing the state’s Grain Indemnity Fund.
Iowa Farm Bureau members will maintain their focus on protecting property taxpayers during the 2024 Iowa legislative session, which began Jan. 8. Members will also continue working to enhance the rights of landowners who are affected by large infrastructure projects, such as transmission lines and pipelines, and engage with lawmakers to modernize Iowa’s Grain Indemnity Fund to adequately protect farmers affected by a grain elevator failure.
“Every year, the Legislature makes decisions that are going to have a big impact on farmers, their families and their rural communities,” said IFBF President Brent Johnson, a Calhoun County farmer. “It’s critical that legislators hear from our members who are impacted by the decisions they...
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