Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Just in from Boise
Boise--Idaho Farm Bureau Vice President Mark Trupp called the 2014 State Resolution Committee to order this morning at 10:05.
The group will consider the resolution book and resolutions from the State's five districts, everything from ag issues to state legislative budgets. When a resolution is approved it becomes IFBF policy and included in the 2015 policy book that is published in January. The booklet is distributed to lawmakers in Boise and Capitol Hill.
"We had a lot of discussion about what this group does," Trupp told the group this morning, "In the end there were a few changes, but its been enlightening and a great lesson in grass root politics."
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