Dem tax provision further muddles farm bill

Swanson, Ian
July 2007
Hill;7/26/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 91, p15
The article reports that the Democratic Tax provision in the U.S. could be jeopardized by the Grand Old Party (GOP) opposition. The said tax provision would pay for $4 billion in increased funding for food stamps and nutrition programs. According to Representative Mike Conaway, he could not whip Republican support for the bill which is unanimously approved in committee if it included the tax provision.


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