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Make the farm bill a top priority

Talk to anyone in farm country and next to concerns about the need for more rain, the farm bill remains at the top of the list of things Congress must do before the end of the year.
Unfortunately, the farm bill doesn’t seem to be a priority in our nation’s capital. At the present time Congress is mired firmly in the matter of whether we use military action in Syria.
With every passing day, the likelihood of a farm bill extension increases. The current extension of 2008 farm program authority expires September 30.
The fly in the ointment ...

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