Illinois Farmers Relieved After Farm Bill Passes

Most Illinois farmers can breathe a little easier after the long-delayed farm bill passed the Senate. President Obama will sign the bill on Friday at Michigan State University.  The nearly one-trillion dollar bill funds agricultural programs for five years. The bipartisan measure ends direct subsidy payments to farmers and slashes about eight billion dollars from food stamp programs, but increases insurance coverage for local farmers.


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