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Farmers Express Need For Trade, Not $12 Billion Aid Package
Call For Trump Administration To Change Focus


(Source: The Associated Press, The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle)

“Illinois Farmers Welcome $12 Billion In Aid, But Prefer Trade: ‘There’s No Magic Crop Out There,’” Chicago Tribune, 7/27/18

“American Farmers Enjoy A Trade Surplus. Trump Could Wipe It Out,” CNN, 7/26/18

“Farmers Prefer Trump Do Trade Deals Than Hand Them Cash,” The Associated Press, 7/25/18

“‘Trade, Not Aid’: U.S. Farmers Give Trump Plan A Cool Reception,” Bloomberg, 7/25/18

“Retaliatory Tariffs Take A Big Bite Out Of U.S. Apple Industry,” San Francisco Chronicle, 7/25/18

“Trump’s Trade War Tremors Hit The Farm Belt,” Bloomberg, 7/24/18

“From Chocolate To Coffee And Clothes, Exporters In Pennsylvania Sorting Through The Effect Of Tariffs,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 7/23/18

“Tariffs And Trade War Could Hurt Indiana Businesses,” WTHR, 7/23/18

“China, A Glutton For Cheese, Could Wreak More Havoc On Pennsylvania Farms Through Tariffs,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 7/23/18

“As Trade War Roils Soybean Market, Pennsylvania Farmers Plow Ahead,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 7/23/18

“Tariffs Cutting Into Farm Income,” The Daily Item, 7/23/18

“US-China Trade War A Big Worry For North Dakota Farmers,” The Associated Press, 7/22/18

“Farmers See Trade War As A 2-Edged Sword,” Hoosier Ag Today, 7/22/18

“Dependent On Trade, Mike Pence’s Hometown Takes A Hit Due To Trump’s Tariffs,” The Washington Post, 7/21/18

“Iowa Whiskey Producers Also Feeling Tariffs’ Impact,” Sioux City Journal, 7/21/18

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