Florida Farm Bureau and the American Farm Bureau Federation has recognized Rep. Kat Cammack (R.-Fla.) with the Outstanding New Member of Congress Award. This award is given to a member of Congress who has completed their first term and has shown they are a reliable friend to agriculture.
Congressman Cammack was elected to her first term in 2020 and has been a true champion for farmers by advocating against regulations from the SEC and has fought against taxes that would devastate family farms. She serves as co-chair of the Congressional Soils Caucus and is a member of Rural Broadband and working Forests caucuses.
“We are pleased to see Congresswoman Kat Cammack receive the Outstanding New Member of Congress award,” said FFBF President Jeb S. Smith. “Her service and passion for agriculture is demonstrated daily. Her practical approach to speaking up on the issues that farmers and ranchers face at the local to national level is commendable. As a member of Farm Bureau and the House Agriculture Committee, telling the stories of farmers and ranchers is personal to her. She is truly a voice for agriculture. We are fortunate to have Congresswoman Cammack as a friend.”
Florida Farm Bureau nominated Cammack for the award because of her service to rural America in Washington D.C.
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