Mandatory reporting deadline looming
— Senate action wanted before Sept. 30.
— House approved five-year extension.
Among the first livestock industry issues expected to be addressed by
the Senate upon getting back from summer vacation at the end of August,
is the pending sunset of current mandatory price reporting (MPR)
The current program is slated to come to an end September 30, and
livestock industry leaders are pushing for the Senate to approve a
five-year reauthorization ...
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