What Food Policy Questions Would You Ask During Tonight's Debate?
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Sue S. October 19, 2016
How would you mitigate the current crisis in bees -- without which we will not even be able to grow much of our food?
patricia G. October 19, 2016
"Get Big or Get Out" said Earl Butz to farmers in the 1970s. But "Get Big" has been devastating to our food system, public health and environment. How would you align America's farm and food policies and make both of them better, not bigger?
C S. October 19, 2016
Do you support not only people's right to know what is in the food, via GMO labeling, but where the food is grown and processed? What would you do to reverse the GMO non-labeling law that Obama signed into law? And the laws allowing food, chicken & meat, processing oversees?
BerryBaby October 19, 2016
I'd like it to be a law that ALL children be given lunch, even if their parents cannot, or could not, pay for it. No child should be denied lunch and there should be backup funds for provide for this.
Carrie H. September 26, 2016
How will you change food subsidies to stop going to the top one percent, and start going to where it needs to?
meggan D. September 26, 2016
As populations grow, we will need to turn to the oceans for food. What policies can the US adopt to reduce our imports of seafood from outside the US and strengthen our marine resource economy?
Christopher M. September 26, 2016
Farm policy is important to me, I would like to know if the either of the candidates support Michelle Obama's healthy school lunch policies, and if they will stop subsidizing food.
Robby H. September 26, 2016
What would you do to help make healthier foods as affordable as junk foods? Would you consider dropping the energy inefficient fuel grain subsidies so it is just as cost efficient to grow edible crops so more people can afford staple foods?
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