The American Farm Bureau Federation is asking Michigan Farm Bureau members to contact Sen. Gary Peters to urge his support of regulatory reform legislation that could be considered by the U.S. Senate as early as next week.
The bill would modernize the rule-making process so that agencies would have to implement laws as Congress intended when it passed them—not as unelected bureaucrats want.
Take action today and ask Sen. Peters for his support. With no login required and prewritten comments provided, it will take just a few minutes to submit the email.
“S. 951 makes fundamental reforms in the Administrative Procedure Act that aligns with our member-developed policy,” said John Kran, MFB’s national lobbyist. “Our policy calls for the promotion of sound science, use of cost/benefit considerations, transparency in the use of economic data and mandating a 60-day comment period for stakeholders.”
Farm Bureau is also working to prevent implementation of the current Waters of the U.S. rule and other excessive expansion of federal jurisdiction under the Clean Water Act, reform the Endangered Species Act, preserve farmers’ and ranchers’ land-use and water rights, and reform the federal regulatory process. Learn more.