Lawmakers weigh in on administration's relief package for farmers

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WASHINGTON (Gray DC) - Agriculture-heavy state lawmakers are weighing in on U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue's announcement that farmers hit hardest by Chinese and European tariffs can expect $12 billion in relief.

Some are saying it is nice that the president is fulfilling his promise to "make farmers whole," but fear the band aid fix won't go far enough in covering losses their farmers have suffered.

Watch the full interviews above.