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Congress closes in on a final farm bill

by Kimberly Adams Dec 12, 2018
Lawmakers in the House and Senate have reached a bipartisan agreement on a nearly $900 billion bill. To get there, House Republicans backed off demands to increase work requirements for people receiving food assistance through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.…

Food aid need shifts from cities to countryside

by Peggy Lowe Sep 24, 2018
Since the late 1970s, lawmakers have placed the SNAP nutrition program into the farm package hoping to get both urban and rural support. But that thinking might be outdated.
Small-town grocery stores like this one in southwest Iowa get 10 percent to 25 percent of their sales from federal food aid called the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, according to the Rural Grocery Initiative at Kansas State University.
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Trump administration details aid for farmers hurt by tariffs

by Amy Scott Aug 27, 2018
The Trump administration announced details today of a $12 billion aid package for farmers hurt by the trade war. Retaliatory tariffs imposed by China and other countries have hit soybean producers especially hard, with prices falling about $2 a bushel…
Farmer Terry Davidson walks through his soy fields July 6, 2018, in Harvard, Illinois.
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Georgia has looked at what it takes to train some food stamp recipients to meet work requirements

by Susanna Capelouto Jul 30, 2018
The House version of the proposed federal farm bill would require parents with children over 6 years old to fulfill a 20-hour work or training requirement to receive benefits under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, also known as food stamps.…

Senate committee takes a crack at a bipartisan farm bill today

by Jed Kim Jun 13, 2018
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Farmers eyeing trade tariff threats as crop insurance trims considered by House committee

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Apr 18, 2018
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Farm bill calls on more SNAP recipients to work

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Apr 13, 2018
House Republicans have unveiled the 2018 farm bill. The legislation doesn’t just deal with agriculture, though. It also includes money for food stamps, now known as SNAP, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. And that funding comes with strict work requirements.…

New Farm Bill proposes changes to food stamps

by Paulina Velasco Apr 13, 2018
80% of spending in the Farm Bill goes to food stamps

Big Food spends big money on the candidates

by Hayley Hershman Nov 3, 2016
Donations usually favor Republicans, but this year Democrats lead 2 to 1.
Food and agriculture companies traditionally donate to the Republican presidential candidate. But this year, it's different.
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