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The U.S. and Canada have filed a World Trade Organization counternotification on India's market prices supports on some pulse exports, such as chickpeas. (Rod Bain and USDA economic researcher Travis Minor)
USDA and HHS have signed a memorandum of understanding to create more transitional housing for drug addicts in rural communities. (Stephanie Ho and Anne Hazlett, Assistant to the Secretary for Rural Development)
An expert says when you are working with a paid tax preparer, there are things you should do to protect yourself. Gary Crawford has more.
PARTICIPANTS: Gary Crawford. Kentucky State University Extension Financial Expert, Dr. Joanne Bankston.
Spring crop growers can now select the Multi-County Enterprise Unit as part of their crop insurance coverage for acreage in two counties within the same state. (Rod Bain and Risk Management Agency Martin Barbre)