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  • Aug 28, 2012

    Overly severe immigration laws weaken the economy

    The Illegal Immigration Reform and Enforcement Act of 2011, signed into law last May by Georgia Governor Nathan Deal, cost the state more than $340 million dollars and more than 3,000 jobs, despite assurances from Governor Deal that eliminating illegal labor would create 11,000 new jobs....More
  • Aug 14, 2012

    Alphabet soup: New farm legislation will offer an expanded roster of programs

    “We’re going to have to educate some folks in the banking industry and financial sector on what these new government programs will and won’t do,” says Keith Coble, professor of agricultural economics at Mississippi State University....More
  • Apr 17, 2012

    Farm bill debate starting to heat up

    While it’s a long shot that U.S. agriculture will see a new farm bill by the time the old one expires later this year, the information gathering process is already underway, with the House Agriculture Committee announcing a number of hearings across the United States this spring....More
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