Posted on YouTube by Guns & Gadgets Below is the text of the bill 117th CONGRESS1st Session H. R. 127 To provide for the licensing of firearm and ammunition possession and the registration of firearms, and to prohibit the possession of certain ammunition. IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVESJanuary 4, 2021Continue Reading

U.S. Senator Mike Rounds for Northern Ag Net OPINION: FEDS CONTINUE TO MISS THE MARK ON LIVESTOCK POLICY I read a quote from my local sale barn operator Bryan Hanson, the other day: “You used to be able to survive on a 100 head operation; now you have to haveContinue Reading

The PRIME Act or Processing Revival and Intrastate Meat Exemption Act, would giving small-scale farms and ranchers better access to slaughtering facilities by authorizing the sale of locally-slaughtered meat to in-state households, restaurants, and grocers. Giving small and independent operators a boost in competitive strength would be an added benefitContinue Reading

Tri-state Livestock News Bill Aims to Combat Deceptive Labeling of Plant-Based Fake Meat The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) today applauded the bipartisan introduction of the Real MEAT (Marketing Edible Artificials Truthfully) Act of 2019 by U.S. Reps. Roger Marshall (R – 1st Dist., Kansas) and Anthony Brindisi (D –Continue Reading

Commentary: Western communities lose as environmental groups reap millions By NICK SMITH Healthy Forests, Healthy Communities as published in Capital Press The U.S. Forest Service released its budget justification for Fiscal Year 2020 and it includes a lot of information about the agency and its finances. Buried in this voluminousContinue Reading

Trish Choate Times Record News Measure protects landowners embroiled in Red River boundary clash Local landowners tangled up in the Red River boundary dispute will reap protection against what some have called a federal land grab if Congress approves legislation next week. A provision in the Natural Resources Management ActContinue Reading

Originally posted by Protect the Harvest Farm Bill Ends the Debate – Horses are Livestock Last week, the Farm Bill was passed through both chambers of Congress and was signed by President Donald Trump. While the bill focuses largely on conservation, nutrition, and commodities titles, a “Miscellaneous” title in theContinue Reading

Last Week the U.S. House of Representatives approved the USA Freedom Act, which would limit – although not eliminate – National Security Agency access to private phone records under the controversial Patriot Act. But the Senate may not agree. WASHINGTON DC — In the two years since former NSA contractorContinue Reading