In a Time of Universal Defeat, Telling the Truth if Revolutionary.

Friday, September 25, 2020

Farm law writers ask tighter subsidy limits

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - House and Senate negotiators suggested on Tuesday the new U.S. farm law could deny "direct" payments to growers earning more than $750,000 a year, down sharply from earlier proposals in Congress.

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – House and Senate negotiators suggested on Tuesday the new U.S. farm law could deny “direct” payments to growers earning more than $750,000 a year, down sharply from earlier proposals in Congress.

%d bloggers like this: