House approves five-year farm bill

June 22, 2018
The House moved the bill forward on Thursday in a 213-211 vote.
The Hill

WASHINGTON, DC, JUNE 22. 2018 -- The House narrowly approved a five-year farm bill on Thursday that would impose new work requirements on people who receive food stamps.

The legislation initially failed after conservatives demanded a vote on a conservative-backed immigration bill in exchange for their support last month. Read more at The Hill

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