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Powerful factions within the Republican majority in Congress hoping to chance a wide variety of food-related policies are eyeing the new administration as a prime opportunity to affect change in farm and food policy. Indiana farmer Kip Tom, a member of President-elect Donald Trump’s advisory committee on agricultural policy, said this is a time to “swing for the fences.” Check NPR’s The Salt for a list of potential changes.

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