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State and federal lawmakers are concerned about foreign entities buying U.S. farmland.
Andrew Tade
Kansas News Service
Legislation is being proposed at the federal and state level to restrict foreign ownership of farmland, especially by China. The scrutiny comes after a Midwestern project was scuttled by military concerns and the flight of a Chinese spy balloon across the U.S.