Farm Bill

Every five years, Congress passes legislation that sets national agriculture, nutrition, conservation, and forestry policy, commonly referred to as the “Farm Bill”. ... Read More »

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S.2202 Pet Safety and Protection Act of 1998
S.2195 A bill to authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to sell or exchange the Gulfport Research Laboratory and other Forest Service administrative sites in the States of Mississippi, to provide for a new research facility, and for other purposes.
S.2166 Child Nutrition and WIC Reauthorization Amendments of 1998
S.2025 Food Research, Education, Safety, and Health Act of 1998
S.1982 A bill to equalize the minimun adjustments to prices for fluid milk under milk marketing orders.
S.1975 Farmers Emergency Loan Reform Act of 1998
S.1918 Cost of Production Safety Net Act of 1998
S.1323 Animal Agriculture Reform Act
S.1884 A bill to amend the Commodity Exchange Act to remove the prohibition on agricultural trade options outside contract markets.
S.1803 Agricultural Credit Restoration Act
S.1774 A bill to amend the Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act to authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to make guaranteed farm ownership loans and guaranteed farm operating loans of up to $600,000, and to increase the maximum loan amounts with inflation.
S.1763 Food Stamp Benefits for Aliens Restoration Act of 1997
S.1597 Safe Food Action Plan Act
S.1581 Child Nutrition Reauthorization Act of 1998
S.1582 Tobacco Market Transition Act
S.1538 Honey Research, Promotion, and Consumer Information Improvement Act of 1997
H.R.2534 Agricultural Research, Extension, and Education Reauthorization Act of 1997
S.1535 Peanut Program Improvement Act of 1997
S.1556 Child Nutrition Initiatives Act
S.1522 Rural Cooperative Act of 1997
S.1500 Hawaii Tropical Forest Products Certification Act
S.1396 Meals for Achievement Act
S.1313 Tobacco Transition Act
S.1310 LEAF Act
H.CON.RES.151 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the United States should manage its public domain National Forests to maximize the reduction of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere among many other objectives and that the United States should serve as an example and as a world leader in actively managing its public domain national forests in a manner that substantially reduces the amount of carbon dioxide added to the atmosphere.
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