The Opportunities for Fairness in Farming (OFF) Act will require transparency and accountability to the USDA’s runaway checkoffs.
What you need to know:
- Despite what its beneficiaries are suggesting, the OFF Act does not take any funds away from the checkoff programs. It simply requires a system of checks and balances and accountability for reporting and transparency so that farmers can see where their dollars are going.
- It also helps prevent illegal lobbying activities and disparagement of one product over another.
- The act will help hold Joe Biden’s USDA Secretary, Tom Vilsack—the swampiest in the Administration—accountable.
- This act prevents the federal government from picking winners and losers in the marketplace and will help put more family farmers back on the land.
What you can do:
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Read FreedomWorks’ Letter to Sen. Lee and Rep. Mace here.
Read FreedomWorks COO Marty Irby’s op-ed in the Daily Caller here.
Read Jonathan Buttram and FreedomWorks COO Marty Irby’s op-ed in the Washington Times here.