Even when they agree, the White House and Republicans can't agree. Both sides believe that...
Even when they agree, the White House and Republicans can't agree. Both sides believe that spending in the 2012 farm bill should be slashed by $32-35B, with major cuts for subsidies and soil conservation. However, the GOP wants reductions for food stamps, a move the White House is opposed to. Under the fiscal cliff, money for farm programs would fall by up to $10B.
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