Payment limit battle takes still another turn

Laws, Forrest
May 2005
Western Farm Press;5/7/2005, Vol. 27 Issue 13, p4
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Reports on the quest of George W. Bush's administration for lower payment limits to help reduce the federal budget deficit in agriculture in the U.S. Willingness of Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns to work with Congress on other cost saving recommendations; Support to the call for lower payment limits; Details on the budget proposal of the administration for agricultural sector.


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