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U.S. Secretary of Agriculture visits Maine


STEVE: HAPPENING NOW, A MEMBER
OF PRESIDENT TRUMP’S CABINET IS
INCAPABLE — PEOPLE AS OF IT. SONNY PERDUE IS TAKING PART IN A
DISCUSSION ABOUT — DISCUSSION
ABOUT FARMING AND FISHING. ALL MOUNT TRENCHES NOW FROM
JORDAN’S FARM IN CAPE ELIZABETH. PAUL THE SECRETARY IS STILL IN
THE GREEN HOUSE BEHIND ME
TALKING WITH FOLKS FROM ALL OVER
THE MAINE AGRICULTURE INDUSTRY. FOLKS FROM FARMING, DISTRIBUTING
AND LOBSTERMAN. TRADE DECISIONS INVOLVING MAINE
SIGNATURE EXPORT MAKING A LOT OF
HEADLINES BECAUSE NEW TARIFFS
FROM CHINA ARE ALREADY PUTTING A
SQUEEZE ON THE MAINE LOBSTER
INDUSTRY, MAKING MATTERS WORSE A RECENT TRADE AGREEMENT BETWEEN
CANADA AND THE EUROPEAN UNION. SECRETARY PERDUE SAYS THERE MAY
BE SOME GOOD NEWS ON THE WAY
SOON ON THAT FRONT. WE ARE STILL HOPEFUL THAT WE
CAN RESOLVE THAT PART THIS WEEK. WE ARE IN A CATCH 22. THERE IS AN UNFAIR COMPETITIVE
ADVANTAGE. PAUL: EARLIER TODAY THE
AGRICULTURE SECRETARY WAS IN
FARMINGTON AND TALK WITH FOLKS
ABOUT THE EXTENDING BROADBAND TO
RURAL PARTS OF MAINE. HE IS EXPECTED TO DO A MEDIA
AVAILABILITY. WE WANT TO ASK MORE ABOUT THE
CHINESE TARIFFS INVOLVING MAINE
LOBSTER. WE WILL HAVE HIS ANSWER AS SOON
AS HE GIVES IT TO US ONLINE AND
NEW TONIGH

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