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BPAG Insights: Long-term Indiana Infrastructure Push Heats Up

Hoosier Ag Today

Wednesday snowfall may have temporarily hidden some Indiana potholes, but the debate on how to fund a long-term solution for repairs and improvements to Indiana roads and bridges continues at the statehouse. A recent study rates forty percent of Indiana county roads in poor condition, hampering farmers’ ability to move their own equipment and get products to market.

Agribusiness attorney Amy Cornell says farmers and rural businesses should get involved in the funding debate.

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