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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Mon Mar 25, 2013 12:30 PM CDT

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 as Democrats in the Senate pushed ahead with their budget resolution.

Personally, I spent Friday night and Saturday morning driving to St. Louis for a Comic Con with my son, who is 11 and loves those events. I saw many eclectic characters Saturday in and out of the convention center.

We then got caught in quite a snowstorm trekking across Missouri on our way back to Southwest Iowa. The storm provided far more ...

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