Spotlight Falls on Energy in Farm Bill Revision

The farm bill gets renewed every five years, and this year's revision will be the first in which energy plays a prime role as the House Agricultural Committee holds its key sessions.

The sweeping bill that sets U.S. agriculture policy covers matters from crop subsidies to food stamps and conservation efforts.

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