Hikes in funding don't guarantee better oversight

Cochran, Thad
March 2009
Hill;3/20/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 33, p22
The author offers his criticism on the decision of the U.S. government to introduce reforms that involve combining large amounts of funding for food supply.


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