Johansson has concerns about stability
Jamie Johansson, an Oroville olive oil producer and second vice president of the state Farm Bureau, told a gathering in Colusa County on Tuesday morning that the recent election has left a lot of questions unanswered for farming, but also noted that overall agriculture is doing very well in the state.
Johansson has concerns about stability.
Agriculture was nervous about the election of Gov. Jerry Brown two years ago, and now the Democratic Party has a supermajority in the Assembly and the Senate.
"To err is human, but to do it over and over again makes you a California voter," quipped Jamie Johansson, second vice president o. Read Johansson has concerns about stability...