COLUMBUS, KANSAS – United States Senator Jerry Moran from Kansas made a stop at the Cherokee County farm bureau in Columbus on his state wide listening tour. The senator fielded questions from constituents about education, economic development, and the veterans administration choice program. Rural Kansas farmers complained that the trade war was hurting crop prices. Sen. Moran believes the farm bill will add certainty when passed. And he wants the President to conclude work on NAFTA because Canada and Mexico are among the state’s biggest buyers of Kansas agricultural and manufactured goods.