AUSTIN -- Thirty-nine farmer and consumer organizations sent a letter Sept. 10, urging Congress to include a provision in the final Farm Bill that would require the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to do more analysis before enforcing rules under the Food Safety Modernization Act. The provision, sponsored by Rep. Dan Benishek of Michigan, was included in the version of the Farm Bill passed by the House; a similar provision had been proposed by Sen. Angus King of Maine, but was not voted on by the Senate. . . .