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Ethan Lane, Executive Director of the Public Lands Council and NCBA Federal Lands, discusses the importance of the Sage Grouse Provision remaining in the National Defense Authorization Act.
With the election behind us, Craig Uden, NCBA President Elect, talks about what this change means for cattlemen and women.
As the Japanese Diet prepares to pass the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Kent Bacus, NCBA Director of International Trade, discusses what this move means for U.S. passage of the agreement.