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By Kimberly Ann Elliott – There has barely been time to process the Obama Administration’s unfortunate decision to stand by US biofuel policies—bad for the environment and hungry people, here and in developing countries—and now we’re confronted with what to do about ag subsidies that make it hard for developing country farmers to compete. With Congress failing to approve new
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Action on a Farm Bill is Looming: Can We Contain the Damage This Time?