Capitol Chatter: Nolan may use insider connection on farm bill
ST. PAUL – Rick Nolan sounds thrilled to sit on the U.S. House Agriculture Committee, and he hopes a personal relationship with the House speaker could help the cause.
“It is my first love,” the congressman said about agriculture as he rejoined the House after a 30-year absence.
The politician who represents the northeastern quarter of the state joins two other Minnesota Democrats on the committee: Collin Peterson of western Minnesota and Tim Walz from the south.
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