Farm Bureau VP concerned 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.
Colusa County Sun-Herald
Farm Bureau VP concerned about stability.
Agriculture was nervous about the election of Gov. Jerry Brown two years ago, and now the Democratic Party has a super majority in both 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 presi. Read Farm Bureau VP concerned about stability...