Gordon names Kate Barlow new agriculture policy adviser

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CHEYENNE – Gov. Mark Gordon introduced Monday a change in his administration’s pure useful assets coverage group, after earlier adviser Joe Budd departed to attend regulation school. 

The mannequin new agriculture coverage adviser is Kate Barlow, a Wyoming native who served as lead agriculture coverage adviser for U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi and U.S. Sen. Cynthia Lummis.

“I am thrilled to convey Kate’s breadth Of information on pure useful resource factors and deep ties to Wyoming’s agriculture communities to our office,” Gordon said in a information launch. “Her understanding of the alternatives and challenges dealing with our producers has earned the respect of these working in agriculture, And might revenue all Wyoming residents.” 

Barlow grew up in Gillette and earned her Juris Doctor diploma with honors from the College of Wyoming. All by way of her time in each senators’ offices, she suggested them on agriculture, meals safety, commerce, judiciary, labor, social factors and Indian affairs. 

She was additionally Sen. Enzi’s finance committee adviser for the passage of America, Mexico, Canada Settlement (USMCA), reviewed and vetted all judicial nominations and provided suggestion on legislative method. 

“I am excited To hitch the governor’s group and Look forward to working exhausting for the state of Wyoming,” Barlow said. 

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