WASHINGTON D.C. –On Monday, Congressman Marshall, sat down with Cuban President, Miguel Díaz-Canel. In this meeting, Rep. Marshall and President Díaz-Canel discussed trade opportunities.
WASHINGTON D.C.- Today the Senate and House Ag Committee leaders will host a meeting with the full Farm Bill Conference Committee. This public meeting will give each member time to outline priorities that are most important to them.
WASHINGTON D.C.- Today Rep. Marshall released an op-ed discussing the upcoming midterm elections.
MANHATTAN, KS- Congressman Marshall commends President Trump for negotiating a win-win bilateral trade agreement with Mexico.
This month Congressman Marshall will be traveling 2,500 miles across the Big First District hosting community coffees. Thursday, Aug. 9, Rep. Marshall will begin his Community Coffee Tourin Meade County. He will make 19 stops, finishing in Lincoln County on Sept. 1.
WASHINGTON D.C.- Today the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finalized the biofuels pathway for Grain Sorghum Oil. Congressman Marshall has been a vocal advocate for the pathway during the EPA’s approval process, having led a bipartisan letter to the EPA requesting that the agency not only approve a sorghum pathway but expedite the process.
WASHINGTON, D.C.- Today the United States Department of Agriculture announced that it would authorize $12 billion in programs to aid farmers harmed by retaliatory trade actions. These programs would provide relief to many Kansas producers who have been hurt the most from retaliatory tariffs, with pork, wheat, corn, soybeans and sorghum on the program’s list.
WASHINGTON, D.C.-Today, Congress moved one step closer to delivering a strong, new farm bill to the president’s desk. The speaker appointed lawmakers to the House-Senate conference committee on the Farm Bill.Congressman Marshall was selected as one of the members on the committee.
WASHINGTON, D.C.-On Wednesday, Congressman Marshall’s legislation, the Expanding Contracting Opportunities for Small Businesses Act of 2018, passed out of the Small Business Committee with unanimous support. This legislation modernizes sole source contracts to small businesses.
Washington D.C.- The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced several changes it hopes to make to decrease administrative burdens on doctors. Dr. Marshall fully supports the CMS proposal.