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Monday 03/25/13

Ag-Related Amendments in the Senate Budget Debate
In burning midnight oil and early-morning coffee on Friday night and Saturday morning, the Senate debated a broad array of amendments related to agriculture or rural economics.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 12:30PM CDT 03/25/13 by Chris Clayton | Post a Comment
Comments (2)
I am thankfull for your articles, Chris. You are sometimes in need of guidance. The comic convention is in every state capital and in D.C.
Posted by Bonnie Dukowitz at 2:53PM CDT 03/25/13
Interesting and hopeful that permanent elimination of estate taxes only failed by seven votes, A huge thank-you to Senator Thune. Springfield,Illinois is the comic capital of U.S.A.
Posted by W Lee Deutsche at 11:05AM CDT 03/26/13
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