Julian Hattem
The Hill
December 25, 2013

The decorations usually found on a Christmas tree in the living room. Credit: Zechariah Judy via Flickr
The decorations usually found on a Christmas tree in the living room. Credit: Zechariah Judy via Flickr

Christmas tree farmers have renewed their push for the creation of a marketing and research program that conservative critics have dubbed a “Christmas tree tax.”

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) in 2011 moved to create a marketing and research program for Christmas trees that would have been similar to the “Got Milk?” or “Pork: The other white meat” campaigns.

But the promotional push was put on hold amid an uproar from conservative groups and anti-tax advocates.

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