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Obama signing 2014 Farm Bill into law USDA photo by David Kosling
The 2014 Farm Bill was signed into law two years after it was first started. Ag leaders are hoping this time around the process does not see similar delays. (L to R: Senator Carl Levin (MI), Senator Patrick J. Leahy (VT), Senator Debbie Stabenow (MI), President Barack Obama, Senator Amy Klobucher (MN), Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, Congresswoman Marcia L. Fudge (OH), Congressman Gary Peters (MI), and Daniel Kildee (MI).

Farm bill field hearing scheduled for Michigan

Sen. Debbie Stabenow will host the second farm bill hearing on May 6.

Farmers will have another opportunity to make their voices heard on the future of farm bill policy, this time in Michigan. Hosted by Senate Agriculture Committee ranking member Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D., Mich.), the hearing will be held on May 6 in Frankenmuth, Mich.

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