Farm Legislation and the Ever-Normal Granary

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Plans for Early Action on New Farm Bill

When Congress reconvenes in January, 1938, or earlier if a special session is held this autumn, farm legislation will be the first business to engage its attention. Both houses adopted a resolution to that effect shortly before adjournment of the last session. In addition, the Senate instructed its Committee on Agriculture to report a general farm bill “within one week from the beginning of the next session of Congress.” Subcommittees of the Senate committee have scheduled hearings for ...

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