July 2, 2013
Legislative News– New work out of the House presented Farm legislation proposed is being considered. The news of “Republicans desire to split the farm bill into two measures by Indiana Representative Marlin Stutzman,” reports Des Moines TV.
The feedback of the members have stated, “Indiana Representative Marlin Stutzman actually offered an amendment to the Rules Committee to split the FARRM Act apart – but it was ruled out of order. Stutzman argued the best way forward is to separate the agriculture language of the bill from the nutrition program and work on them individually. According to Mick Mulvaney of South Carolina – a group of members told leadership they would vote for the agriculture portion with no problems if the bill were split. But according to House Ag Chair Frank Lucas – splitting the bill is unacceptable.”
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