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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Fri May 3, 2013 07:43 PM CDT

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor apparently won't press another pause button on the farm ill.

Cantor, a Republican from Virginia, sent a memo out Friday to other House Republicans. In it, Cantor outlined several key agenda items for the spring and summer, including another repeal vote on Obamacare, legislation to avoid rising interest rates for student loans and a bill to require the Securities and Exchange Commission to conduct more cost-benefit analysis for rule-making.

In his memo, Cantor also stated on the summer agenda "and we will consider a farm bill produced by the Agriculture Committee and Frank Lucas."

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