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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Fri May 17, 2013 09:05 AM CDT

Now that the House and Senate Agriculture Committees have passed their versions of the farm bill, it's time to cherry pick all the things people hate about the legislation.

My favorite complaint comes from some conservative groups, notably Heritage Action, an arm of the Heritage Foundation.

On Thursday, Heritage Action fired a shot across the bow of fellow conservatives who might think of bringing the farm bill to the floor in June. The legislation would get in the way of more important matters. According to an article in the Hill, Heritage "warned House GOP leaders Thursday not to bring controversial ...

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