The Minnesota Soybean Growers Association (MSGA) is extremely disgusted with Gov. Mark Dayton once again snubbing rural Minnesota and the agriculture community by vetoing the Omnibus Agriculture Policy Bill.
“We feel that we’ve compromised, but the governor’s administration is unwilling to compromise with us,” says Minnesota Soybean Growers CEO Tom Slunecka. “We fail to see a good reason to veto this bill.”
MSGA President Michael Petefish says Gov. Dayton’s veto makes it clear he is focused solely on his agenda and not the well being of Minnesota by thumbing his nose at bipartisan legislation. Read more