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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Fri Jun 21, 2013 07:44 AM CDT

One of the more critical takeaways from Thursday's collapse of the farm bill is that there is just no way the House is going to pass something as complex and as controversial as an immigration bill.

I've said for awhile now that I didn't think this Congress could pass a big authorization bill. The House had rejected a five-year highway bill last year. The education reauthorization bill appears to be on the long-term backburner. And the farm bill, with a nearly $1 trillion 10-year budget score is just ripe for being picked apart on the floor.

At the sme time, ...

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