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Congressman Tells Farm Bureau He Knows How to Spell Agriculture

Posted to on Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Farmers from around the state met in Lansing today. Their industry is worth $71 billion to the state. Many were upset when the governor didn’t mention agriculture in her state of the state speech. The Michigan Farm Bureau invited state senators and representatives. The highest official was Congressman Peter Hoekstra. He’s a republican from Holland. And he’s running for governor. Michigan Now’s Chris McCarus asked him what would be his statewide plan for land use?

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