Clark County Proposed Policies

At our 2017 Annual Meeting Tuesday, Sept. 5 we will be voting on our proposed policies. Farm Bureau members should be sure to join us to be able to vote. If you would like to attend please RSVP by: Aug. 22 by calling 937-335-1471 or email [email protected]

Below are the proposed policies for Local, State, and National Levels.

2017 Clark County Farm Bureau Purposed Policies.
Local
– We encourage local school districts and all government entities to participate in the online checkbook to improve financial transparency.

– We support having a mandated treatment penalty imposed upon those persons with multiple incidents of drug overdoses.

– We support improvement of the control and housing of abandoned and unwanted dogs and cats and also better disbursement of information to the public on how/where to adopt or give up dogs and cats with the goal of minimal kill.

– We support the modernization of the Clark County Fairgrounds and utilization of its assets.

– We encourage the county to be flexible in the amount of money given to extension services and how the funding is utilized.

– We support the emphasis of Ag Bioscience in the economic development plan that the Chamber of Commerce and the county commissioners adopt.

– We support adequate revenue for the sustainability of the Clark County Heritage Center

State
– We support having a mandated treatment penalty imposed upon those persons with multiple incidents of drug overdoses.

– We support government revenue to be raised by means other than property taxes.

– We encourage ODNR rules that better control the population of the black vulture.

– We encourage ODNR to treat in-laws as immediate family under the hunting license rule.

– We support monitoring CAUV reform implementation.

National
– We support United States pharmaceutical prices becoming more reasonable and competitive with prices around the world.

– We support having a mandated treatment penalty imposed upon those persons with multiple incidents of drug overdoses.

– We support early development of the upcoming Farm Bill.

 

 

 

 

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