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U.S. House Bill 1947 (2013)
Every five years, Congress passes a bundle of legislation, commonly called the "Farm Bill" that sets national agriculture, nutrition, conservation, and forestry policy. The last Farm Bill was passed in 2008, and expired in 2012. A partial extension was passed on January 1 to extend several expired Farm Bill programs.
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Authority Type
Legislative Updates
State
National
Level of Government
Federal
Law Type
Legislative Updates
Keywords
Farm Bill
Citation
H.R. 1947, 113th Cong. (2013).

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