Feingold writes in his letter to Holder and Vilsack that he hopes Madison’s workshop will devote significant time to public comment and not put it off until the end of the day as was done in Iowa.
“Concerns have been consistently expressed at many of my listening session over the years about the state of competition and areas of potential mischief like the thinly traded cash cheese market in the dairy industry,” he writes.In a January press release, Feingold identifies himself as “a long-time advocate for more competition in the dairy industry.”
Well, "competition," so long as Feingold can hand out dairy subsidies and, oh, yah, dictate milk price floors.
IOW, Statism/competition. Sure, Rusty.