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The term fiscal period means the calendar year or such other annual period as the Board may determine with the approval of the Secretary.
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§ 6301 - Findings and declaration of policy
§ 6302 - Definitions
§ 6303 - Issuance and amendment of orders
§ 6304 - Required terms in orders
§ 6305 - Referenda
§ 6306 - Petition and review
§ 6307 - Enforcement
§ 6308 - Investigations and power to subpoena
§ 6309 - Administrative provisions
§ 6310 - Suspension or termination of orders
§ 6311 - Authorization of appropriations; regulations
§ 7401 - Commodity promotion and evaluation
Title 7 published on 2015-01-01
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 7 CFR Part 1220 after this date.
This proposed rule would adjust the number of members on the United Soybean Board (Board) to reflect changes in production levels that have occurred since the Board was last reapportioned in 2012. As required by the Soybean Promotion, Research, and Consumer Information Act (Act), membership on the Board is reviewed every 3 years and adjustments are made accordingly. This proposed change would result in an increase in Board membership for three States, increasing the total number of Board members from 70 to 73. These changes would be reflected in the Soybean Promotion and Research Order (Order) and would be effective for the 2016 appointment process.
Notice is hereby given that the comment period on proposed modifications to the organic assessment exemption regulations under 23 Federal marketing orders and 22 research and promotion programs is extended until February 17, 2015. The proposed rule would expand the organic assessment exemption to cover all “organic” and “100 percent organic” products certified under the National Organic Program regardless of whether the person requesting the exemption also produces, handles, markets, or imports conventional or nonorganic products. The authority for this proposal is in section 10004 of the Agricultural Act of 2014.