Governor declares most of Indiana a farm disaster

Washington Times-Herald - 07-16

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Daviess County and much of the rest of Indiana have been officially declared a state disaster by Governor Eric Holcomb. In total, 88 of Indiana’s 92 counties received the designation including all of those adjacent to Daviess County. The governor has asked the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture for a disaster declaration due to losses caused by flooding and excessive rain during this planting season.

Leslie Edwards: a 90day marijuana crop would be a perfect way to save taxpayers from bailing out farmers with their welfare checks...oh yeah this governor won't allow the citizens vote up or down...democracy at its best

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Leslie Edwards - 07-16
a 90day marijuana crop would be a perfect way to save taxpayers from bailing out farmers with their welfare checks...oh yeah this governor won't allow the citizens vote up or down...democracy at its best

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