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Braley calls Farm Bill a good solution despite compromises

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Braley calls Farm Bill a good solution despite compromises

By Dar Danielson Iowa Congressman, Bruce Braley, says he is pleased to see the U.S. Senate approve the Farm Bill and send it to the president. Senator Chuck Grassley, a Republican, voted against the Farm Bill after his provision to limit payments was stripped from the bill. Braley, a Democrat from Waterloo, says he has a similar concern […]

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