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Cotton turns to pork farmer to beef up his staff

Caught Our Eye Posted by J. Todd Foster on Friday, April 29, 2016

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) has hired the caretaker for the Arkansas Razorbacks' mascot as his agriculture project manager.

New staff member Keith Stokes also is the former president of the Arkansas Pork Producers Association. And he's had plenty of beefs with chicken giant Tyson Foods Inc., especially when the poultry firm restructured in 2002 and closed its company-owned and leased hog farms. More than 80 farmers, including Stokes, sued Tyson.

Group hires lobbyists to get GMO foods labeled

Caught Our Eye Posted by J. Todd Foster on Thursday, April 28, 2016

Citizens for GMO Labeling has hired D.C. Strategies Group LLC to lobby the Senate on four bills to get genetically modified foods labeled.

The Connecticut-based Citizens for GMO Labeling will use D.C. Strategies' lobbyists Mike Chapman, a partner, longtime lobbyist and former legislative director for then-Rep. Tim Johnson (D-S.D.); and Roy DeLoach, a D.C. Strategies partner, lawyer and former chief executive officer of the National Association of Mortgage Brokers.

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