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Gubernatorial candidates queried about soybean prices

At the gubernatorial forum at UT-Martin on Thursday, the candidates were asked by moderator Meg Kinnard, an Associated Press reporter in South Carolina and the granddaughter of the late U.S. Rep. Ed Jones (D-Yorkville), what they would consider the break-even price to be for a bushel of soybeans in light of potential retaliation from abroad to the Trump administration’s trade policies.

Even though the candidates were  interviewend separately and kept out of the room when they weren’t on stage, it didn’t escape notice that the answers seemed to get more specific as it became clear it would be a recurring question. Not that we’d suggest some of the candidates might have been fed the questions or anything!

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