PDF View Available
Congressional champions of sugar reform from both sides of the political aisle have introduced bills over the past several years to fix a program that is costing U.S. jobs and driving up consumer prices.
The U.S. sugar program is the only commodity program not reformed in the last Farm Bill. It’s one of the worst examples of Big Government waste – protecting a few wealthy sugar producers to the detriment of millions of consumers.
This congressional session, the Sugar Policy Modernization Act of 2017 (H.R. 4265 / S. 2086), which has been introduced in both the House of Representatives and Senate, would fix the flawed program and make it work for all Americans.