The Ag-Ony Of Defeat: How The 2013 Farm Bill Fell Apart
Farm bill voting kicks off Thursday with controversial #sugar amendment
— Sara Wyant (@agripulse) June 20, 2013
— Feedstuffs (@Feedstuffs) June 20, 2013
The Carney (D-DE) amendment #48 to the House #Farmbill has failed – 174-252.
— ProAg® (@ProAgIns) June 20, 2013
House #FarmBill: Southerland amendment (state option to apply work requirements to SNAP) adopted, 227-198. Will Dems walk out on the bill?
— Michael B. Gillett (@waproplawyer) June 20, 2013
House now voting on 2013 #farmbill. Time for a YEA vote and move it forward.
— National Corn (NCGA) (@NationalCorn) June 20, 2013
Farm bill just crossed 220 “nays,” putting it on course to defeat in the House barring reversals.
— Mike O’Brien (@mpoindc) June 20, 2013
In a stunner… US House failed to pass their version of the Farm Bill 195-234 was the vote…UNBELIEVABLE!
— BarnMedia (@barnmedia) June 20, 2013
House farm bill defeated 195-234. Lucas lost 60 Rep votes. Boehner was right last year when he said they didn’t have votes to pass the bill.
— Chip Flory (@ChipFlory) June 20, 2013
Boy our priorities are screwed up when a disastrous healthcare bill is the law of the land but the House can’t pass a #farmbill…
— Andy Vance (@AndyVance) June 20, 2013
— Meghan Grebner (@mkg81) June 20, 2013