Funding for broadband access, changes to the initiative petition process, and pdmp top the legislative priority list for the Missouri Farm Bureau. The organization has released their list of projects and goals they hope to see accomplished in Jefferson City during the current General Assembly. Members established their legislative priorities during their annual meeting that was held at Lake of the Ozarks. The bureau says they support the Governor’s call for $5 million in funding for the Rural Broadband Development Fund. They want to make it harder to place ballot initiatives before the voters by requiring more signatures from all across the state on the petition. The bureau is also supporting the establishment of a statewide prescription drug monitoring program and legislation to keep tax revenue from wind farms in the county’s where they are built.