Farming

Here’s Carol Miller’s advice for GOP women thinking of running for office
Meet the New Congress

Rep. Carol Miller is tired of people telling her she was the only new Republican woman elected to Congress in 2018.

“The leadership in our party, we’ve got sharp women,” Miller said in an interview with Roll Call. “We will all work hard to bring other women back into the fold.”

Will Any of House Legislative Push Make It to Trump’s Desk?: What You Need to Know
Connecting Congress and the White House at the intersection of politics 

Moderates Could Become Farm Bill Power Houses

Roll Call sat down with Rep. Collin C. Peterson to discuss major issues facing the farm community this year. Asked how the make up of the House will set the stage for passage of the farm bill, Peterson emphasized the important role moderates like him will play.

American Farm Bureau Backs Voluntary GMO Labeling
 

Lawmaker: Candidates Can’t Ignore Farm Vote in 2016
 

Roll Call sat down with Senate Agriculture Committee chairman Sen. Pat Roberts to discuss the major issues facing the farm community this election season.

Office Space: Chuck Grassley's Iowa Farm

Grassley is interviewed in his Hart Building office, Jan. 21, 2015. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

In this week’s edition of Office Space, Sen. Charles E. Grassley, R-Iowa, shows off his farming roots and his affinity for recycling.