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Thompson: farm bill work still expected in March

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The Chairman of the House Agriculture Committee says March is the first month there would be enough time to work on the new farm bill in the House, but there are no guarantees.

Glenn “G.T” Thompson tells Brownfield the mark up and voting process takes at least three weeks.

“I don’t think March is out of the question in the House right now, but I suspect the Senate will need more time the rest of this year.”

Thompson says most of the farm bill is completed, but work continues on the commodities title.

Thompson: farm bill work still expected in March

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