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Congressman Boehner in area to speak


Congressman John Boehner hosted the 22nd annual Farm Forum for the eighth district Saturday morning in Piqua.

The event was held at Edison Community College located at 1973 Edison Drive. It started at 9:30 a.m., with Congressman Boehner delivery the opening remarks and then returning to the microphone at approximately 11:45 a.m. to speak in detail.

The Farm Forum is a yearly event that brings farmers and experts from different sectors of the agriculture community for a discussion of ideas impacting the farm industry.

We will update this story with his speech details as soon as they become available.



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