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Grammys so male?

That’s the latest hashtag brewing after Sunday’s Grammy Awards telecast, where only one of the nine main awards was won by a woman.

That would be 21 year old Alessia Cara, who took home best new artist, and spent her time on the red carpet and backstage speaking out in support of the Time’s Up movement, which was founded by Hollywood celebrities and executives earlier this month to combat sexual harassment and assault.

Many artists Cara included came to the Grammys wearing white roses, in solidarity with Time’s Up and sexual misconduct victims. But that spirit of female empowerment wasn’t reflected in this year’s winners, nor in remarks made by Recording Academy president Neil Portnow, who suggested that if women wish to collect more prizes moving forward, they need to double down on their efforts.

“I think it has to begin with women who have the creativity in their hearts and their souls who want to be musicians, who want to be engineers, who want to be producers, who want to be part of the industry on an executive level to step up, because I think they would be welcome,” Portnow told journalists backstage after the show.

“I don’t have personal experience with the challenges of brick walls that (women) face,” Portnow continued. “But I think it’s really a combination of us in the industry making a welcome mat very obvious: creating mentorships, creating opportunities, not only for women, but for all people. And moving forward, creating that next generation of artists who feel like they can do anything and say anything.”

Portnow similarly dodged a journalist’s question about Lorde, a two time Grammy winner whose Melodrama was up for album of the year, but lost to Bruno Mars’ 24K Magic. Variety reported that Lorde was the only artist in the male dominated album of the year category to not be invited to perform solo, which the Grammys chief neither confirmed nor denied.

“We have a wealth of riches every year, and it’s hard to have a balanced show and have everybody involved,” Portnow said. “We can’t have a performance from every nominee we have over 80 categories so we have to realize that we have to create something that has balance.”

Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich was asked more bluntly by another journalist whether it was “a mistake” to not invite Lorde to perform.

“I don’t know if it was a mistake,” Ehrlich said. “These shows are always a matter of choices, and we know we have a box and the box gets full. She had a great album, but there’s no way we can really deal with everybody. Overall, we did the best we can to make sure it’s representative of our show.”.
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LONGMEADOW, Mass. (WWLP) Firefighters were called to put out a 4 alarm house fire on Elmwood Avenue in Longmeadow Friday morning.

Longmeadow Fire Captain Andrew Fraser told 22News the house, located at 50 Elmwood Avenue, was fully engulfed in flames when they got there. Fraser said cold temperatures posed a challenge to firefighters, as multiple fire hydrants were frozen.

Town Manager Stephen Crane told 22News everyone made it out of the home safely. The call for the fire came in just after 7:30 in the morning. An hour later, crews were still working to put out the fire. Multiple fire departments, including Springfield Fire Department, were called in to help Longmeadow firefighters.

Crane said even though firefighters had issues with frozen hydrants, they were able to contain the fire and keep it from spreading to nearby homes.

Elmwood Avenue, as well as Meadowbrook Road, Warren Terrace, and Briarcliff Road were temporarily closed to drivers.
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TORONTO Air Canada said Thursday it will launch its own loyalty rewards plan in 2020 and not renew its contract with the company running Aeroplan, sending Aimia stock plummeting by more than 50 per cent and angering some points collectors.

The Montreal based airline (TSX:AC) says customers will be able to continue collecting Aeroplan points until June 2020, after which miles earned from flying on Air Canada or its 26 Star Alliance partners will be credited to the in house loyalty program instead. Travellers will be able to redeem those points for Air Canada and Star Alliance flights.

The airline said it intends to continue allowing Aeroplan members to redeem their Aeroplan points for seats on their flights after June 2020. However, Aimia CEO said that isn certain yet, as there are still a lot of discussions to be had.

Some Aeroplan members didn react kindly to the development on social media. Others worried they wouldn be able to use Aeroplan points for Air Canada and Star Alliance flights beyond June 2020 and were concerned they have to rush to redeem points before it was too late.

This isn the only time in recent history Canadians have felt short shrifted by a loyalty program. LoyaltyOne, the company that operates Air Miles, upset consumers when it announced it would change its policy so collectors would lose any miles they don use within five years. The policy, which was to take effect Dec. 31, 2016, was cancelled following a consumer backlash.

Aimia CEO David Johnston said in an interview the company is exploring a range of alternatives for its business after Air Canada contract ends, including pursuing other partners.

is something we anticipated, Johnston said in an interview on his first day on the job after serving several months on an interim basis. The company announced Wednesday evening that Rupert Duchesne, who has been on medical leave, is retiring from the top role.

He assured the program five million customers they can expect a smooth transition.

three years left to run on the contract and in that period, it business as usual, Johnston said.

Even so, Aimia (TSX:AIM) shares fell 57 per cent to $3.80. Air Canada stock rose 8.5 per cent to $16.16.

Air Canada said in a statement it aiming to strengthen its relationships with customers in making the switch. It declined to comment further on the change.

Analysts called the news positive for the airline. However, RBC Dominion Securities Inc. analyst Derek Spronck said in a note that it remains to be seen what the transition costs will be and why Air Canada assumes the net present value of the program repatriation over 15 years to be more than $2 billion. The airline said it will provide more detail on this at its investor day on Sept. 19, 2017.

Aeroplan was originally Air Canada in house loyalty program. It was spun off as an independent business, now called Aimia Inc., which has expanded its customer base and evolved its services over the years.

The company has 5 million active members, who have a total of about 200 billion miles on their balances.

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Here what that means for the five million Aeroplan members earning rewards for flying Air Canada and redeeming points for flights with the national carrier:

1. What happens to my Aeroplan points?

Nothing. Your Aeroplan balance remains intact, unless you choose to redeem points for flights or other rewards.

What changes is how you earn points after June 2020 and, possibly, what you can buy with those points.

2. I booked a flight in the future on Air Canada using Aeroplan points. What happens to my booking?

Members who have already planned trips and booked flights with their Aeroplan points will still be able to travel as planned.

3. What points do I earn when I fly on Air Canada?

Until Air Canada contract with Aimia expires in June 2020, miles earned for travel on Air Canada flights will be credited to travellers Aeroplan accounts.

After that, travellers who fly on Air Canada will earn points towards the company own loyalty program.
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A man who fought the law and won is hoping to inspire others to fight bad photo radar tickets after a rare victory in Whitecourt.

“It a bittersweet victory,” said Trevor Deets, who had a judge overturn his photo radar ticket in August. “I happy that I won, but it came with a lot of pain.”

This isn the first time Deets says he was issued a questionable violation notice adding he had paid those tickets to avoid the hassle of fighting them in court but the latest notice was the first time he was angry enough to take it to court. his red Ford truck was recorded failing to obey the posted speed limit, travelling 40 km/h in a 30 km/h zone.

Deets noticed the front end of another vehicle, a white truck, partially obscuring the back of his vehicle in the photo where Deets truck can be seen with its brake lights on approaching a red light and recalled another vehicle trying to pass him.

“The twig snapped that day and I said, not going to get another one over on me. thought, after this revelation, his ticket would be thrown out immediately, but the prosecution moved for a trial and Deets started the months long battle of fighting for disclosure of the method and mechanisms used to accuse him.

Through this disclosure, Deets got a copy of the original photo including the crosshairs indicating where the operator targeted the laser, and sure enough, it was pointed at the white truck passing him.

On Aug. 27, the judge ruled in his favour and threw out the ticket.

“I was fighting this for the simple fact that enough is enough,” said Deets.

“Generally, the cards are stacked against you when you dealing with a photo ticket,” he said, crediting Deets ability to recall every detail and present a case that caused sufficient doubt with his courthouse victory.

This isn the first time a case like this has made it to a Whitecourt judge before being tossed. Roger Beaudoin successfully had his ticket overturned in January 2011 after he was incorrectly issued a violation notice when a speeding vehicle passed his own.

Deets hopes cases like his help encourage others to step up and fight bad tickets rather than paying into a system which he believes has become more about cash and less about safety, a sentiment shared by Mitchell.

“The job should be done properly, not in error, and certain processes should be in place where if there is a quality assurance issue, that it dealt with and doesn just get passed on to the paying public,” Deets said.
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To add another championship to the greatest dynasty college football has ever seen, Alabama turned to its quarterback of the future, and Tua Tagovailoa proved that his time is now.

The freshman quarterback, who had played mostly mop up duty this season, came off the bench to spark a comeback and threw a 41 yard touchdown to DeVonta Smith that gave No. 4 Alabama a 26 23 overtime victory against No. 3 Georgia on Monday night for the College Football Playoff national championship.

Tagovailoa entered the game at halftime, replacing a struggling Jalen Hurts, and threw three touchdown passes to give the Crimson Tide its fifth national championship since 2009 under coach Nick Saban.

“He just stepped in and did his thing,” Hurts said. “He built for stuff like this. I so happy for him.” The Tide might have a quarterback controversy ahead, but first Alabama will celebrate another title.

For the third straight season, Alabama played a classic CFP final. The Tide split two with Clemson, losing last season on a touchdown with a second left.

What was Saban thinking as the winning pass soared this time?

“I could not believe it,” he said. “There lots of highs and lows. Last year we lost on the last play of the game and this year we won on the last play of the game. These kids really responded the right way. We said last year, waste the feeling. They sure didn the way they played tonight.”

Smith streaked into the end zone and moments later confetti rained and even Saban seemed almost giddy after watching maybe the most improbable victory of his unmatched career. A few hours later, Alabama was voted No. 1 in the final AP college football poll for the 11th time, three more than any other program.

After Alabama kicker Andy Pappanastos missed a 36 yard field goal that would have won it for the Tide (13 1) in the final seconds of regulation , Georgia (13 2) took the lead with a 51 yard field goal from Rodrigo Blankenship in overtime.

Tagovailoa took a terrible sack on Alabama first play, losing 16 yards. On the next he found Smith, another freshman, and hit him in stride for the national championship.

Tagovailoa was brilliant at times, though he had a few freshman moments. He threw an interception when he tried to pass on a running play and all his receivers were blocking. He also darted away from pass rushers and made some impeccable throws, showing poise of a veteran. Facing fourth and goal from the 7, down seven, the left hander moved to his left and zipped a pass through traffic that hit Calvin Ridley in the numbers for the tying score with 3:49 left in the fourth quarter.

He finished 14 for 24 for 166 yards. The winning play was, basically, four receivers going deep.

“After the sack, we just got up and took it to the next play,” Tagovailoa said. “I looked back out, and he was wide open. Smitty was wide open.” Freshmen were everywhere for the Alabama offense in the second half: Najee Harris at running back; Henry Ruggs III at receiver;
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Alex Leatherwood at left tackle after All American Jonah Williams was hurt. It a testament to the relentless machine Saban has built.

But this game will be remembered most for his decision to change quarterbacks trailing 13 0.

“I just thought we had to throw the ball, and I felt he could do it better, and he did,” Saban said Tagovailoa. “He did a good job, made some plays in the passing game. Just a great win. I so happy for Alabama fans. Great for our players. Unbelievable.”

Saban now has six major poll national championships, including one at LSU, matching the record set by the man who led Alabama last dynasty, coach Paul Bear Bryant.

This was nothing like the others.

With President Trump in attendance, the all Southeastern Conference matchup was all Georgia in the first half before Saban pulled Hurts and the five star recruit from Hawaii entered. The president watched the second half from Air Force One.

“I don know how Coach Saban found me all the way in Hawaii from Alabama,” Tagovailoa said. “Thank God he found me and we here right now.”

The Tide trailed 20 7 in the third quarter after Georgia freshman quarterback, Jake Fromm, hit Mecole Hardman for an 80 yard touchdown pass that had the Georgia fans feeling good about ending a national title drought that dates back to 1980.

Fromm threw for 232 yards and for a while it looked as if he was going to be the freshman star of the game, the first to true freshman to lead his team to a national title season since Jamelle Holieway for Oklahoma in 1985.

“I mean, if you want to find out about Jake Fromm, go ask those guys on the other side of the ball, and they tell you because that a really good defense he just went against,” Georgia coach Smart said.

A little less than a year after the Atlanta Falcons blew a 25 point lead and lost in overtime to the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl, there was more pain for many of the local fans. Two years ago, Georgia brought in Smart, Saban top lieutenant, to bring to his alma mater a dose of Alabama Process.

Smart, who spent 11 seasons with Saban eight as defensive coordinator in Tuscaloosa quickly built East. It was Georgia that won the SEC this season. Alabama had to slip into the playoff without even winning its division.

With the title game being played 70 miles from Georgia campus in Athens, Dawgs fans packed Mercedes Benz Stadium, but it turned out to be sweet home for Alabama. Now Saban is 12 0 against his former assistants.

Alabama drove into the red zone in the final minute and Saban started playing for a winning field goal to end the game. A nervous quiet gripped the crowd of 77,430 as burned the clock. With the ball spotted in the middle of the field, Pappanastos lined up for a kick to win the national championship. The snap and hold looked fine, but the kicked missed badly to the left.

For the second straight week, Georgia was going to overtime. The Bulldogs beat Oklahoma in a wild Rose Bowl in double overtime to get here, and after Jonathan Ledbetter and Davin Bellamy sacked Tagovailoa for a big loss on the first play,
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It was a telltale sign the party was coming to an end: The police showed up.

But when cops in Asheville, North Carolina, responded to a complaint about a giant slip and slide that had been set up for a Fourth of July block party, they did the unexpected: They took a ride themselves.

Resident Katlen Joyce Smith said one of the local dads decided to build a slip and slide for the neighborhood kids to enjoy during the annual block party.

In the middle of the party, two officers showed up. They had received a complaint from one of the neighbors that the DIY water slide was blocking the road, Asheville police said.

“When the police came, they quickly realized that wasn’t the case and asked if they could take a turn,” Smith said.

“We looked at it and determined it wasn’t really an issue,” Officer Carrie Lee said in a video the police department posted on Twitter. “So the first thing I said, I said I’m not here to break up your fun.”

In videos of the event, Lee can be seen using a trash bag as her raft while Officer Joe Jones slides down in an inner tube with one of the neighborhood kids.

“I still can’t handle the amazing ness of it all,” Smith wrote in a Facebook post. “I hope the neighbor who called them saw it all go down!!”

Jones said while going for a ride wasn’t his idea, he didn’t have much of choice.

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Alaska Airlines, which is in the process of integrating merger partner Virgin America, edged out runner up Southwest and third place finisher Delta to win the top spot in The Points Guy’s ratings.

scored consistently well across a number of key criteria, ranking in the top three for airfare, on time arrivals, customer satisfaction, baggage and a best in the industry frequent flier program, The Points Guy website said in a statement announcing its rankings.

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For Southwest, its rise to No. 2 came after a mediocre showing in the prior year.

ranked a surprisingly low 6 last year, but made a major comeback to this year second place spot due to gains in two key areas lower airfare and an increase in the size of its already sizable route network, The Points Guy statement said. airline continues to rate at the top of two other categories customer satisfaction and baggage change fees due to its highly popular policies of not charging fees to change or cancel flights, and giving all its customers two free checked bags. Power: Alaska Air, Southwest are the USA’s best airlines for 2017 T+L magazine: Virgin America, Singapore are top airlines for 2017 again And the world’s new No.1 airline for 2017 is .

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and much more. take pride in the data we assembled from sources across the industry and largely based all criteria on what we believe regular passengers care about most. Alaska Airlines, with Southwest and Delta to follow, are clearly doing it right, The Points Guy founder Brian Kelly said.

While the number of airline rankings has grown during the past decade, Alaska has consistently performed well in most of them. airlines. Alaska Airlines also finished No. 1 in the most recent Airline Quality Rating report that issued jointly by the Wichita State and Embry Riddle universities. And Alaska Airlines was the No. carrier for 2017 in the annual World Airline Awards from Skytrax. Globally, Alaska Airlines ranked No. edge in the Delta (32nd globally). And, in yet another of the airline ratings, Alaska Airlines finished third in the 2017 rankings from Travel + Leisure magazine. Virgin America finished No. 1 there.

As you would expect, Alaska Airlines lauded its finish in The Points Guy’s ratings.

award is a credit to our amazing, kind hearted people who provide genuine, caring service for our guests every day, Ben Minicucci, Alaska chief operating officer, said in The Points Guy statement. focused on creating an airline people love, so even when things don go perfectly, our people are empowered to make things right. Sometimes that makes all the difference. possible surprise in the ratings might the relatively high placing for Frontier, an airline that typically fares poorly in such ratings.

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The Points Guy said Frontier benefited from a change in scoring methodology and from improvements in mishandled baggage and an expanding route network.

Another surprise could be at the bottom with Hawaiian Airlines, a carrier typically scores well in most service critiques. The Points Guy acknowledged that, saying people might think it odd to find Hawaiian Airlines in last place.

primary reason is that our study puts a lot of weight on both airfare and the size of an airline route network, and Hawaiian doesn do well in either of those areas, The Points Guy said. could argue it not fair to penalize the carrier for the fact that it focused on a specific region. But even a theoretically airline that was the most comfortable in the world with the greatest customer service and best on time arrival rate wouldn rank that highly to most people if it didn fly to where the average customer needs to go. down for the overall rankings:
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The United States Congress and the Air Force are trying to decide what to do with the Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System, known as JSTARS, mission, which is based solely out of Robins Air Force Base.

The Base says the JSTARS aircraft and crews have been serving continuous deployments to combat areas since 9/11. The 116th Air Control Wing and Georgia Air National Guard own the 16 aircraft.

2,460 Active Duty, and Georgia Air National Guard airmen and women operate the JSTARS. That number does not include the civilians that work on the aircraft or support systems at Robins Air Force Base.

Overall, the JSTARS alone account for $195 million in economic impact for Central Georgia, according to the 116th Public Affairs information.

Air Force leaders and JSTARS advocates are at odds about continuing the program.

Director of Strategy for the 21st Century Partnership, Daniel Rhoades, explained the Air Force’s argument.

systems that they currently have and future weapons systems would be able to provide some or all of the capability, Rhoades explained in his office on Wednesday.

Rhoades and other JSTARS supporters say they don’t think that’s the case. They support replacing the JSTARS equipment with a new weapons system and aircraft, otherwise known as recapitalization, instead of discontinuing the mission entirely. Not only that, they don want JSTARS to cease operations until replacement equipment and technology is fully in place and ready to go.

Rhoades says it would take 6 to 8 Global Hawk unmanned aircraft to cover the same area a JSTARS aircraft can on its own, the Air Force only has 11 Global Hawks.

He also said plans to install the radar equipment on F 35s would distract from the F 35s other missions as a jet fighter.

So far, recapitalization efforts have garnered $750 million, if Fiscal Year 2018 defense bill goes through. Rhoades says Boeing, Bombardier, and GulfStream are leading the effort to be the company to replace the current aircraft.

JSTARS provides combat surveillance and can talk directly to commanders in the field. The planes and crews of sometimes up to 22 people are also able to track 200 enemies at a time and cover an area of 20,000 square miles.

is out there saving lives, it is out there providing persistent coverage and giving commanders the actionable information that they need to fight the war. To pull it out now, without something to replace it does a disservice to our troops in the field, Rhoades said.

He not the only one stressing the mission importance.

Georgia two United States Senators are also pushing legislation to protect JSTARS.

have been working for years to ensure the JSTARS program is recapitalized. It has proven itself indispensable in our campaign to defeat ISIL, in counter terrorism operations, and even during recent hurricane disaster responses. I will continue working to help ensure this critical fleet receives needed support from Congress, said Republican Senator Johnny Isakson.

no mistake, our military needs to have cutting edge platforms and equipment to use in combat today and in the future. Today, JSTARS is our nation premier Battle Management, Command and Control (BMC2) asset used in theater. In fact, right now, the Air Force does not have another asset that can sufficiently replace JSTARS capabilities. It’s extremely concerning that the Air Force is considering ending this critical program without a plan to avoid a potential extended capability gap, said Republican Senator David Perdue.

On Wednesday, Senator Perdue office said he was in a conference meeting to settle the differences between the House and Senate DAA Perdue staff say they expect a new combined bill to come out of conference for a Congressional vote after Thanksgiving of this year. Representatives Austin Scott, Sanford Bishop, and Tom Graves, sent a letter to Defense Secretary James Mattis to express their support for the program.

The letter says in part:

the rationale for this decision has not been made known to us, cancelling or delaying would be ill advised and directly impact our combatant commanders who employ this asset in theater. There is no alternative for JSTARS and indicators of its retirement are unacceptable. Without this capability, we greatly diminish our nation airpower and reduce our combat strength. letter also points out ongoing JSTARS operations in anti drug operations, combat zones, and in Africa.

At the end of the letter, the group reiterates their pressure on the Air Force to recapitalize the mission quickly and to support JSTARS.

Senior Advisor to the 21st Century Partnership, Chrissy Miner, says their allies in Congress and at the state and local government levels have done excellent work to support JSTARS.

She also says the mission is important to the entire area, not just Warner Robins.

3,000 jobs to the economy of Middle Georgia, and not only that, it’s the only active duty flying mission that we have at Robins Air Force Base, so from a national defense perspective, it’s critically important, and from a Middle Georgia perspective, it’s critically important, Miner said on Wednesday.

Rhoades agreed, saying other existing weapons systems in the Air Force would not be able to do the work JSTARS does by themselves.

Lastly, he expressed concern that it would reduce the speed in which combat commanders would get valuable, and potentially life saving, combat information if it were spread over multiple aircraft and weapons systems.
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MONTGOMERY, Ala. Attorney General Steve Marshall announced Tuesday morning that Alabama has filed a lawsuit against a major opioidmanufacturer. The attorney general says the state is seekingboth monetary damages and injunctive relief. suit comes as leaders warn of a nationwide opioidcrisis.”The opioid epidemic has devastated Alabama families, leaving a trail of addiction and death winding through every community of this state,” said Attorney GeneralMarshall. “Alabama ranks first in the nation for the number of painkiller prescriptions per capita. As a result, it is estimated that almost 30,000 of our residents over age 17 are dependent upon heroin and prescription painkillers. Alabama’s drug overdose death rate skyrocketed by 82 percent from 2006 to 2014 and it is believed that many of those deaths were from opioid painkillers and heroin. said he anticipates the lawsuit will eventually be transferred to Ohio where multi district litigation is ongoing. The Alabama attorney general attended the start of settlement talks in that litigation last week.

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He said the company has distributed the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guideline for prescribing opioids for chronic pain, developed three of the first four FDA approved opioid medications with abuse deterrent properties and partnered with law enforcement to ensure access to naloxone, a drug that reverses overdoses.
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“A fellow by the name of Donald J. Trump, did you hear what he said during the campaign,” renewable energy, ethanol is here to stay,” said Perdue. “And, we’re going to look for new technologies to be even more efficient.”

One state leader, who echoed Perdue’s comments on the Renewable Fuel Standard, was Iowa Agriculture Secretary Bill Northey.

“He knows this is an area that’s strongly supportive of ethanol and renewable fuels,” said Northey. “Certainly Bill Couser and family have been a great leader in that. He came here purposely and when he got handed the button that said ‘don’t mess with the RFS’ he put that button on. And, he reminded everybody I work for the president. The president supports ethanol. So, I feel very good about that message.”

Another major area looked at Friday was the importance of trade and agriculture.

“I think that what we ought to be most satisfied and thankful for is his understanding that the prosperity of agriculture depends upon trade,” said Sen. Charles Grassley,
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(R) of Iowa. “And, that is kind of a touchy thing right now because the protections platform that Trump ran on, now Trump has modified his views quite a bit.”

There was also the subject of being able to take care of farmland more efficiently.

“The incentive programs that are happening within Iowa, but also from Washington through NRCS and others, the application process and the time to get applied for those conservation practices that we’d like to do are just onerous,” said Ray Gaesser, a farmer near Corning, Iowa.

“When you go into the NRCS office, the FSA office, crop insurance, we shouldn’t put you on an interrogation at every point,” said Perdue. “It ought to be a one stop shop so you can handle it go back and get that seed in the ground.”
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