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Friday 03/15/13

Contentious Ag Issues Remain in Senate Funding Bill
Some key amendments and provisions in the the Senate funding bill for fiscal-year 2013 on agriculture that still could be debated when the Senate comes back into session next week. Biotech and ag meatpacking issues remain unresolved.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 6:26AM CDT 03/15/13 by Chris Clayton | Post a Comment
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The only thing not debatable with this quagmire is under Senator Reids lack of leadership, the Senate has not passed a budget in 4 years. In our business, we do first things first. When we treat our grandchildren with dining out, we govern ourselves with a budget.
Posted by Bonnie Dukowitz at 7:07AM CDT 03/15/13
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