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Farm Bill

Published February 7, 2014

The Farm Bill is a comprehensive agricultural and food bill, passed every five years, which regulates the United States Department of Agriculture's responsibilities. The Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry has a compilation of the farm bills and other federal agricultural laws, grouped topically rather than chronologically.

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