The debate in the ag community surrounding the passage of the USMCA centers around if it will happen before next November's presidential election.
The ratification of the USMCA is hung up in the House as Speaker Nancy Pelosi decides when, or if, the agreement will be called for a vote. While some say it could get called at some point, Congressman Rodney Davis is not one and says he isn't optimistic this thing will get done before next November's presidential election.
Congressman Davis believes USMCA will be a big win for American jobs and says there are portions of the agreement Democrats have been calling for over the years and now they have a chance to implement those reforms.
The Taylorville Republican is imploring farmers to contact their members of Congress and demand Pelosi bring it to the House floor for a vote.