Gephardt unveiled his agricultural policy plans in Iowa with about farmers and farm leaders in attendance. The wind kicked up about three-fourths of the way through the speech, which got all the campaign staff nervous that the teleprompter would tip over as it swayed with the corn in the field behind the congressman. It stayed upright, though, and the speech finished smoothly. He would also instruct the Department of Justice to monitor agricultural monopolies, and he would overhaul agricultural subsidies. Today is the last day on this Iowa tour, and will culminate with a national farm policy forum, with about students planning to attend, as well as farm leaders and farmers. The union has 50, workers throughout USA and Canda.