An old tractor with a tricycle front end south of Interstate 84 in 2005. Ed Lotterman’s 42-year-old tractor has no rollbar, and he makes an economist’s case against a Minnesota bill to subsidize rollbars to curb tractor deaths.
An old tractor with a tricycle front end south of Interstate 84 in 2005. Ed Lotterman’s 42-year-old tractor has no rollbar, and he makes an economist’s case against a Minnesota bill to subsidize rollbars to curb tractor deaths. Idaho Statesman file
An old tractor with a tricycle front end south of Interstate 84 in 2005. Ed Lotterman’s 42-year-old tractor has no rollbar, and he makes an economist’s case against a Minnesota bill to subsidize rollbars to curb tractor deaths. Idaho Statesman file

Should state subsidize rollbars to curb farm tractor deaths? No

April 08, 2016 11:03 PM

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