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house Bill H.R. 2088

When Grain Inspectors Can't (or Won't) Do Their Jobs, Should Outside Inspectors be Able to Fill in?

Argument in favor

This bill renews an important Act that regulates domestic grain production. It also provides an important mechanism for ensuring that the grain keeps coming: bringing in outside inspectors when the ones at a facility aren’t cutting it.

Duane's Opinion
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07/15/2015
THE GRAIN INSPECTPRS THAT DO NOT DO THEIR JOB SHOULD BE FIRED
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heychrisfox's Opinion
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08/12/2015
This keeps grain industries properly funded and inspected. Who can deny the value in that?
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Kevin's Opinion
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02/02/2016
Grain inspection needn't be a career. I should be a matter of licensing and continuing education.
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Argument opposed

This is just a bunch of anti-labor junk. The inspectors at a facility are the ones with the knowledge necessary to safely and effectively assess grain. Bringing in others could cause disasters — and maybe drive down wages.

Dan's Opinion
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06/27/2015
This is a red herring and is anti-labor. USDA needs more funding to do its job.
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James's Opinion
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09/14/2015
Let's not have any more privatization of government functions.
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WeSeeTheTruth's Opinion
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08/30/2016
Fund the original program so grain inspectors are staffed to handle demand
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