The 2018 farm bill seems like a year away, but actions in Congress this week on both sides of the aisle will have implications for how negotiations go and whether final passage is possible.
The House Republican budget resolution proposal for fiscal 2018 includes $10 billion in cuts to agriculture committee programs, specifically citing cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).
Last week, it was reported that House Agriculture Committee chair Mike Conaway (R
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