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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Fri Jan 3, 2014 02:03 PM CST

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor laid out in a memo Friday to House Republicans his proposed legislative agenda as the House returns to session on Tuesday.

The Virginia Republican's agenda starts out with another attempt to deal with Obamacare, mainly by making sure information is secure and protected from security breaches. Cantor indicated there will likely be more hearings on the healthcare law.

Cantor also indicated he expects work to continue toward agreements with the Senate on both the farm bill and the Water Resources Development Act. Both pieces of legislation are in the midst of conference talks. "These two ...

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