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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor

Monday 01/13/14

Vilsack Sees Lots of Litigation Out of King Amendment
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack chuckled Monday when he was asked how his department would implement the King amendment if it were to be in the final version of the farm bill. He then indicated that by the time the provision goes into effect, he would be out of office.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 10:08PM CST 01/13/14 by Chris Clayton | Post a Comment
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I would think wetland compliance for crop insurance might face many legal challenges also. Producers getting insurance subsides for prior converted vs conversions after 1985 violates equal protection rights.
Posted by Unknown at 4:30PM CST 01/14/14
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