Monday, September 21, 2020
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Farm law overhaul completed, veto possible

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Facing a possible veto, House and Senate negotiators agreed on a $285 billion farm bill on Wednesday that puts more money into public feeding programs and denies one crop subsidy program to the wealthiest Americans.

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Facing a possible veto, House and Senate negotiators agreed on a $285 billion farm bill on Wednesday that puts more money into public feeding programs and denies one crop subsidy program to the wealthiest Americans.

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