Senate Approps Committee passes $20.5 billion package

August 2015
High Plains Journal;8/3/2015, Vol. 133 Issue 31, p5A
The article reports that U.S. Senate Appropriation Committee has passed a bill to provide funds for programs of U.S. Department of Agriculture and for U.S. Food and Drug Administration including for research sheep stations at Dubois, Idaho and for scrapie eradication, giving statistics of funds.


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