GCC joins industry’s opposition to DeMint Amendment No. 2276

The Georgia Cotton Commission joined the National Cotton Council, other producer interest and ag trade organizations in opposing Amendment No. 2276, proposed by Jim DeMint (R-SC).  The amendment proposes:

“No program to promote and provide research and information for a particular agricultural commodity without reference to specific producers or brands (commonly known as a “check-off rogram”) shall be mandatory or compulsory.”

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