Center for American Progress

Senate’s Version of Farm Bill Inadequate on Subsidy Reform

When the full Senate returns from its extended Thanksgiving recess, Senators from both sides of the aisle will face several critical decisions regarding the 2007 farm bill.

Needless to say, a renewed and vigorous debate of the $286 billion legislation on the Senate floor will offer a chance for fresh new voices to enter the discussion on the future direction of our nation’s agriculture, food, energy and trade policy.

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