Katie Wilson

West Virginia

2 months ago
I have to ask the same question. Just because the prices ingredients in junk food would increase it wouldn't magically increase the appeal of healthier options. There still has to be some sort of incentive to make healthier food items more appealing to consumers. See more
Not as much a tax break as a reduction of allocated funds. I don't see how this would directly impact taxpayers as much as decrease the working capital of farmers. Maybe vetting farmers based on specific agricultural products and demands would be a better option. A "savings" of 24 million dollars would hardly make an impact on anyone's wallet. See more

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2 months ago
I have to ask the same question. Just because the prices ingredients in junk food would increase it wouldn't magically increase the appeal of healthier options. There still has to be some sort of incentive to make healthier food items more appealing to consumers. See more
Not as much a tax break as a reduction of allocated funds. I don't see how this would directly impact taxpayers as much as decrease the working capital of farmers. Maybe vetting farmers based on specific agricultural products and demands would be a better option. A "savings" of 24 million dollars would hardly make an impact on anyone's wallet. See more

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