Senate Passes Agriculture Bill Aimed at Saving $23.6 BillionAlan Bjerga and Derek Wallbank
The U.S. Senate passed a bill that would cut agriculture programs by $23.6 billion over 10 years, mostly by ending direct payments to growers regardless of commodity prices, the biggest policy change in decades.
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