"A chaotic start to the new Republican-led House may spell trouble for the 2023 farm bill.
As Rep. Glenn Thompson begins his new job as Agriculture Committee chair, he faces significant challenges to make the five-year legislation bipartisan while managing pressure from his own party’s right flank.
Issues such as climate change and low-income nutrition programs are likely targets for the party’s most conservative members, and the Pennsylvania Republican has little room to maneuver with a thin majority, say lobbyists and policy groups."
Marc Heller reports for E&E News January 23, 2023.
Source: E&E News, 01/23/2023