Senate fails to pass ag appropriations

Dec 11, 2006
— Drought aid delayed until at least early 2007. The U.S. Senate last Tuesday failed to pass the Fiscal Year 2007 Agriculture Appropriations budget. Instead, it passed a continuing resolution to fund agriculture needs at current levels until February 2007. The amendment, which required 60 votes to pass, failed by a vote of 57-37. Several spending bills have been delayed as the current Republican Congress prepares to hand over the reins to Democ...

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