A History of Excellence & A Reputation for Success

For more than 40 years we have been advancing our clients' positions in Washington. Our proven record for success secures our position as one of the nation's leading government affairs law firms.

A History of Excellence & A Reputation for Success

For more than 40 years we have been advancing our clients' positions
in Washington. Our proven record for success secures our position as
one of the nation's leading government affairs law firms.

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Washington UpdateWeekly Update on Congress

  • This week The House passed the “Accelerating Individuals into the Workforce Act” (H.R. 2842), the “Water Supply Permitting Coordination...

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  • This week The House passed the “Anti-Border Corruption Reauthorization Act of 2017” (H.R. 2213) and the “Financial CHOICE Act...

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  • This week The House is in recess until June 5.

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Agriculture

Agriculture

Experience to navigate congressional agriculture policy

Agriculture

Williams & Jensen has extensive political and technical experience helping clients navigate the intricacies of Congressional agriculture policy development. As Federal farm policy becomes increasingly driven by forces other than traditional domestic agricultural economics and politics - such as international trade and environmental considerations - our broad-based expertise is particularly valuable. The firm is adept at using both authorization and appropriations processes on clients' behalf, representing clients on Capitol Hill and across numerous Federal agencies, including USDA, EPA, USTR, FDA, and the CFTC.

The firm's experience in serving agriculture clients extends to a wide range of issues. These include commodity support and marketing programs, commodity futures exchanges, farm credit system financing, land conservation, agri-based energy, pesticides registration, agricultural industry structure and anti-trust issues, environmental issues, natural disaster relief, Food for Peace, import tariff suspensions, nominations to Federal agricultural trade advisory committees, and taxation.

Washington UpdateWeekly Update on Congress

  • This week The House passed the “Accelerating Individuals into the Workforce Act” (H.R. 2842), the “Water Supply Permitting Coordination...

    Read More
  • This week The House passed the “Anti-Border Corruption Reauthorization Act of 2017” (H.R. 2213) and the “Financial CHOICE Act...

    Read More
  • This week The House is in recess until June 5.

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