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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Thu Nov 7, 2013 05:06 PM CST

I don't think millionaires or billionaires should get federal subsidies. I suspect that opinion is shared by a high percentage of Americans. If we're cutting services and aid at the bottom, we should be hacking subsidies at the top.

But you can't repackage old information and serve it up as something new. I understand the desire to do so, especially when you have spent a ton of time compiling the information. Maybe you feel the need to get your point across or make yourself relevant one more time. New information be damned.

All that said, Environmental Working Group put out data ...

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