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Kansas Congressman Roger Marshall contends the ongoing impeachment inquiry against President Trump is a sham.
The First District Representative says he’s convinced after hearing Ambassador Gordon Sondland’s testimony this week, which he says proves Trump’s innocence.
A Kansas congressman who serves on the House Agriculture Committee says more Market Facilitation Payments are on the way for producers directly impacted by illegal retaliatory tariffs resulting in the loss of traditional export markets.
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue says he has “absolutely zero regrets” over the decision to move two research agencies’ headquarters from Washington, D.C., to Kansas City.
A House committee approved a bill to protect small businesses from predatory lenders who seize their assets without warning using a legal instrument called a confession of judgment.
Cattle farmers are concerned some alternative proteins are calling themselves meat.
Rep. Roger Marshall, a Republican from Kansas’ 1st District, along with Rep. Anthony Brindisi, a New York Democrat, also are concerned.
The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) today applauded the bipartisan introduction of the Real MEAT (Marketing Edible Artificials Truthfully) Act of 2019 by U.S. Reps. Roger Marshall (R - 1st Dist., Kansas) and Anthony Brindisi (D - 22nd Dist., N.Y.)
House Republicans led by Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., on Wednesday essentially stormed a closed-door session connected to the impeachment investigation of President Trump, prompting House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff to suspend the proceedings in a remarkable scene.
Today, the Republican Study Committee released The RSC Health Care Plan