Capitol Notebook: Political bedfellows defeat farm bill in House
ST. PAUL — Strange political bedfellows who disagree on about everything combined to slap down the U.S. House farm bill.
Republicans who want a smaller federal budget and Democrats who want more money spent on food stamps joined in the 234-195 defeat. It is something being seen more and more in politics as political extremes often oppose moderate proposals.
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