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Thursday 02/27/14

ARC, PLC and the Decisions Ahead
While the farm bill is passed, attention at Commodity Classic in San Antonio turned Thursday to how it might work on the farm.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 7:00PM CST 02/27/14 by Chris Clayton | Post a Comment
Comments (4)
The obvious solution to the farm bill quandary is the same as the solution to obamacare which is to repeal both.
Posted by T Kuster at 9:13AM CST 03/03/14
Hope not, my health insurance costs dropped $100 per month under obama care.
Posted by Jay Mcginnis at 11:55AM CST 03/03/14
Jay, you have no idea on how much I am not surprised by that. Town and state, just once.
Posted by CRAIG MOORE at 1:31PM CST 03/03/14
Jay see http://washingtonexaminer.com/45-state-study-obamacare-offers-less-choice-higher-prices-breaking-another-promise/article/2544965
Posted by T Kuster at 4:48PM CST 03/03/14
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