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Senate votes to move forward on farm bill that sets policy for farm subsidies, food stamps

NOTE: This bill would make persons previously convicted of certain (sex) crimes ineligible for food stamps / assistance.

WASHINGTON — The Senate voted Thursday to move forward on a wide-ranging, five-year farm bill. The legislation advanced on a 75-22 procedural vote that sets up a vote to pass the measure next Monday. The bill would cost almost $100 billion annually and would set policy for farm subsidies, food stamps and other farm and food aid programs. Full Article

Related: No food stamps for murderers and sex offenders under new farm bill?

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  1. td777

    Why should we not be surprised…they force us to be homeless, then they deprive us of being able to get a job, they want to keep us out of parks and beaches, they don’t let us be involved in our children’s school activities, now they seek to deprive us of food. I say all RSO’s should now be exempt from ever having to pay any taxes of any kind.

  2. Anonymous

    I advise anyone and everyone registered, including family members of those who are, to go apply. If you get accepted… good. Now if they take them away from you, you are financially well off after the massive federal class action suit that is poised to happen against our government.

    This exact situation was made into law before, and the outcome for our government was not good. Guess they forgot what happened last time.

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