Rea Hederman – Net-Zero Climate-Control Policies Fail Farmers and Families


Our guest this week is Rea Hederman, executive director of the Economic Research Center and vice president of policy at The Buckeye Institute, a free market think tank based in Ohio. Its new report, “Net-Zero Climate-Control Policies Fail Farmers and Families” looks at the impact the Biden administration’s climate-control policies will have on farmers and families. Farm operating costs is estimated to increase by 34%, annual grocery bills will increase $1,330, and the cost of basic food items will increase more than 70%. We discuss with Rea Hederman how California’s farmers and families could be particularly hard hit.

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