A new report says a nearly $200 million decline in Nebraska's agricultural exports in 2017 was driven by President Donald Trump's threats to impose tariffs on U.S. trading partners.
The Nebraska Farm Bureau report attributes the drop to decreases in soybean and corn exports, while beef and pork exports both increased in 2017.
The findings come as Trump imposed his latest tariff hike on Chinese goods Friday.
A bill to legalize marijuana for medicinal purposes in Nebraska has advanced out of a legislative committee. It will now go to the full Unicameral for debate.