Bill seeks to reshape Neb. Corn Board

02/28/2013 | Brownfield

Nebraska lawmakers are considering a bill that would make changes to the state corn checkoff board, including turning it into a quasi-state agency and giving farmers the ability to seek a refund if they are unsatisfied with the board's performance. Another provision in the bill could lead to a change in the amount of money the board can spend to lobby for federal legislation.

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