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Congress agrees on five-year farm bill

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Congressional negotiators agreed Monday evening on a massive farm bill that would keep agriculture subsidies, crop insurance and the food stamp program funded for another five years while ushering in reforms that promise to lower the deficit. The measure would cost almost $100 billion a year over five years, with a cut of about $2.3 billion a year from current spending. Negotiators from both...

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