WASHINGTON — Stating that the 2007 Farm Bill still does too little to limit federal subsidies to growers of commodity crops such as corn, wheat, soybeans and cotton, the White House has threatened to veto the legislation, raising the prospect that provisions in the current Farm Bill could be extended if a compromise cannot be reached. In a Statement of Administration Policy issued by the Office of Management and Budget, the White House said: “At a time when net farm income is projected to ...
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