Your future is at stake. Please call your Congressman today and urge them to support the farm bill and your future.
On Monday, Senate Republicans and Democrats bridged their partisan divide and voted to pass the Senate's version of the farm bill, moving U.S. farming one step closer to a more secure future. Now the fate of the farm bill resides in the House, where members will begin discussion on their version next week (Monday June 17). Formally known as, H.R. 1947 the Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management (FARRM) Act of 2013, passage of the House farm bill is an essential next step. Explain to your Congressman that a vote for the House farm bill is a vote for the future of your farm, your family business, and your family!
Unsure who represents you under the newly drawn maps? Find out here!
Congresswoman Cheri Bustos, District 17: 202-225-5905
Congressman Danny Davis, District 7: 202-225-5006
Congressman Rodney Davis, District 13, 202-225-2371
Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth, District 8: 202-225-3711
Congressman Bill Enyart, District 12: 202-225-5661
Congressman Bill Foster, District 11: 202-225-3515
Congressman Luis Gutierrez, District 4: 202-225-8203
Congressman Randy Hultgren, District 14: 202-225-2976
Congresswoman Robin Kelly, District 2: 202-225-0773
Congressman Adam Kinzinger, District 16: 202-225-3635
Congressman Dan Lipinski, District 3: 202-225-5701
Congressman Mike Quigley, District 5: 202-225-4061
Congressman Peter Roskam, District 6: 202-225-4561
Congressman Bobby Rush, District 1: 202-225-4372
Congresswoman Janice Schakowsky, District 9: 202-225-2111
Congressman Brad Schneider, District 10: 202-225-4835
Congressman Aaron Schock, District 18: 202-225-6201
Congressman John Shimkus, District 15: 202-225-5271
As farmers, uncontrollable factors dictate so much of our business. In a profession engulfed in uncertainty, crop insurance is a vital risk management tool. Urge your representatives to oppose any amendments that undermine the current crop insurance program. Without it, the stability of the farming sector is threatened.
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