Friday, October 2, 2009
State Resolutions Meeting
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State Resolution Committee Meets In Boise
Boise--The annual State resolution meeting met in Boise on Thursday with 125 pages of resolutions from Idaho Farm Bureau's five districts.
"It's Democracy in the truest form," said Idaho Farm Bureau President Frank Priestley. "It's an amazing process in which every member has a voice in grass root politics."
Issues of statewide and national importance will then be discussed by county voting delegates at the IFBF annual meeting this year at the Shilo Inn in Idaho Falls, December 1-3. Recommendations on national issues are adopted and forwarded to the American Farm Bureau Federation for consideration.
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