years of protracted negotiations and delays, the Senate voted 63-32
to pass a new, five-year
Farm Bill on Tuesday. The House approved the compromise bill last week. At nearly 1,000 pages long, the legislation is
the cornerstone of federal agriculture policy with implications for a
wide-range of issues, including forestry, research, energy, nutrition, social welfare,
job training and education.
Posted by CTE Policy Watch at 2/7/2014 5:35:53 PM