That's correct. Our organization never supported the reduction, strictly speaking. We voiced our opposition to the changes. Fortunately, though, prices were high at the time, so farmers didn't feel the effects of the drop in coverage, as I said earlier. However, as market conditions normalize and with the added pressures of the current situation, it's becoming clear that the programs are inadequate. Unfortunately, the smart thing is to have adequate programs in place before problems arise.
I agree with the previous witness about now not necessarily being the right time to rebuild. Actually, it's not about rebuilding; it's about returning to a better level of coverage—an idea everyone had already agreed upon in 2009.