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Farm Bill Passes House, Future In Senate Uncertain

A nearly $100 billion-a-year compromise farm bill cleared the House Wednesday that eliminates a $4.5 billion-a-year farm subsidy called direct payments, but continues to heavily subsidize corn, soybeans, wheat, rice and cotton.
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Shipping Out, Part 4: Mississippi River Transportation System Gets D-Minus Grade

Aging locks, inadequate lock size, increasing channel dredging needs, critical repair needs, chronic budget shortfalls and concerns in coordinating overseas shipments with restricted river availability are major worries on most of our nation's rivers. Built to last 50 years, many of the Upper Mississippi River locks are already more than 70 years old. As a result, the American Society of Civil Engineers has given a D-minus grade to the deteriorating physical condition of the Mississippi River navigable waterways.
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Deere Quits Cap-And-Trade Coalition

Deere & Co. has quietly dropped out of a coalition of large companies that has supported a cap-and-trade program for reducing carbon dioxide emissions.
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