The Senate began debate Monday on a Farm Bill that continues a system of subsidies at a time of unprecedented farm income and crop prices. A House version passed last summer, but the Administration has already threatened to veto the bill. An update on the politics of agriculture.


  • Dan Morgan Special correspondent, Washington Post and fellow, German Marshal Fund of the United States
  • Ken Cook President, Environmental Working Group
  • Tom Buis President, National Farmers Union
  • Ron Kind Democrat,Wisconsin. 3rd District


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