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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Thu Dec 12, 2013 10:31 AM CST

Updated information: Apparently, the 2013 farm bill is not quite dead. The paramedics have arrived and are using the defibrillator paddles in an attempt to, well, it's unclear what they are trying to save at this point.

Staff from the House Agriculture Committee stated that the House will debate HR 3695, the legislation to temporarily extend the 2008 farm bill. The House will debate the bill, with no amendments allowed, but is not scheduled to vote on it until Friday morning.

Jerry Hagstrom reported from D.C. late Wednesday that the principal negotiators from the House and Senate Agriculture Committees are ...

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