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Globe Editorial

A food bill, not a farm bill

November 7, 2007

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A NEW bipartisan approach to the national farm bill offers the Senate a chance to break from the big-crop subsidies that fatten the American waistline and steal markets from farmers in developing countries all over the world. If the Senate hews instead to the traditional commodity programs already endorsed by the House of Representatives, President Bush should exercise his threatened ... (Full article: 443 words)

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