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09.23.2016 - By nature of occupation, farming requires taking on tremendous risk and uncertainty in return for modest pay. The American farmer often faces unforeseeable hardships such as crop failure, pestilence, climate fluctuation, and natural disaster. This reality rings true especially for producers impacted...

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    09.23.2016
    By nature of occupation, farming requires taking on tremendous risk and uncertainty in return for modest pay. The American farmer often faces unforeseeable hardships such as crop failure, pestilence, ...
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    09.16.2016
    Trade is important for economic development and growth. But often, the bigger the trade deal, the larger the opportunity for gaming the system. This week, the U.S. announced that they will be bringing...
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    09.14.2016
    U.S. Representative Rick Crawford explains why U.S. trade relations regarding agriculture with Cuba must change during a House Agriculture Committee hearing.
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    09.09.2016
    My takeaway from the week of the STEM tour and the rest of the August break is that in Arkansas we already have a lot of the tools at our disposal that we need to succeed. We have excellent people, go...
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    07.15.2016
    Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO's) have caused quite a stir in the several decades that they have been around. GMO's are organisms like plants or animals whose genetic make-up has been altered to ...
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    07.08.2016
    Trying to change the United States' embargo against Cuba is a very politically charged and sensitive topic, particularly for the Cuban Americans who live in south Florida. However, Arkansas, and in pa...
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    07.07.2016
    We’ve been fighting an uphill battle against the 1950’s mindset that the trade embargo with Cuba serves as an effective means to weaken the Castro regime, despite historical evidence to the contrary. ...
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    06.17.2016
    Following the devastating Orlando shooting, many officials propose a knee-jerk reaction to censor the 2nd amendment. But as we know, the problem is much more complex and involves solving the deeper pr...
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    06.10.2016
    A lot of families visit the District of Columbia in the Summer months, and this week my two join me to talk about what it's like to be a kid in D.C., and what it's like to be a kid in Congress.
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    05.27.2016
    The Catfish fight has once again arisen in the Senate and House. Opponents have argued against removing the robust inspections that many Congressional Members worked to ensure. In the latest edition o...
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    05.25.2016
    Question from Christopher Jones: Congressman Crawford, it appears there is not as much concern by all, about our huge debt, as we would like to see. Except of course, when someone is using it as a cam...
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    05.24.2016
    Clayton Bulice asks: Are you inferring that a piece of legislation cannot be voted on in the house unless the Speaker calls for a vote? I am Clayton Bulice in Newark, Arkansas.
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    05.23.2016
    The House isn't passing legislation at a level I'm comfortable with, and we're on track to end this year with another omnibus spending bill, which I vote against. Frankly, I'm frustrated with how this...
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    05.13.2016
    Conservative principles don't accomplish anything without conservative action. From recent claims of Facebook's censorship to the President's announcement concerning transgender restrooms in our schoo...
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    04.30.2016
    On this edition of Tune-In, Congressman Rick Crawford talks about his efforts in support of Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technicians, specifically Army techs. He delves deeply into attempts of the Chem...