Chairman Goodlatte to Share Information on Guestworker Bill at World Dairy Expo
ADC will be utilizing technology to deliver comments from Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), to attendees at ADC’s World Dairy Expo presentation.
Due to the fact that Congress is in session, Chairman Goodlatte will not be able to leave Washington D.C. and speak in person. However the Chairman will share valuable new insight and information on the introduction of his bill through a video presentation with attendees. Hear it here before anywhere else!
Space is limited; if you would to know first-hand what employers need to do to participate in this new H-2C Program, you won’t want to miss this presentation next Thursday at World Dairy Expo 2017.
This is a limited-seating event. RSVP today to reserve your spot.
Press Is Welcomed.
The Chairman’s video address will be follow by a detailed presentation and Q&A session regarding the AG Act and immigration reform efforts headed by American Dairy Coalition CEO and Founder, Laurie Fischer. She will further discuss the details of the bill and how it will ensure a reliable labor force for the dairy and agricultural industries.
The American Dairy Coalition would like to thank Chairman Goodlatte and his staff, who despite having a schedule made even more full with the introduction of this important and much-anticipated bill, made time to provide attendees with this important information.
About the American Dairy Coalition:
The American Dairy Coalition is the united voice of the dairy, agriculture and livestock industry. Successful policy making, in order to best serve this industry, starts in Washington DC. We focus only on top priority issues in order to remain nimble and quickly adapt to the ever changing federal policy making environment. ADC is the only national organization solely focused on advocating to advance the growth and success of progressive producers and agriculture companies. ADC has collaborated with many groups and individuals to make a significant impact on the agriculture industry.