Reports

Committee reports are usually prepared when the Committee passes a bill and sends it to the full Senate for consideration.  These reports describe the purposes and provisions of the proposed bill.  After bills are passed by both the House and the Senate, they go to a Conference Committee to resolve the differences between the two bills. Conference reports and joint explanatory statements are what results from those final negotiations.

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acrobatConference Report to Accompany H.R. 2
acrobatBipartisan Farm Bill Conference Report
acrobatReport on S.954 the Agriculture Reform Food and Jobs Act
acrobatHealthy Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010
acrobatACRE Diagram
acrobatOver 500 Groups Support the Farm Bill
acrobatCongressional Budget Office Letter & Final Score
acrobatJoint Statement of Managers (Title I - Title XV)
acrobatComplete Legal Language of Report (Title I - XV)
acrobat2008 Farm Bill Highlights
acrobatFood and Energy Security Act of 2007
acrobatCommodity Exchange Reauthorization Act of 2005
acrobatChild Nutrition and WIC Reauthorization Act of 2004
acrobatHealthy Forests Restoration Act of 2003
acrobatCombine Managers Complete Substitute - 4/24/12
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