Thursday, December 8, 2016
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Politics, the Farm Bill, and your next meal
By Ben LaCross
Parched and burnt cornfields, hayfields as yellow as the sun, and chalky, dry soil are images we’ve seen from the record-setting drought of 2012. The farm bill is supposed to be the safety net for agriculture, especially in catastrophic disaster years such as this. But alas, chances of passing a new farm bill, which is set to expire on Sept. 30, is wilting as fast as a Midwestern cornstalk. . . .
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