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 Agriculture
 1988

January 2 - CCC to Abide by Whitten in Funding Dispute Foes Hope to Prevail In Next Budget Cycle
January 9 - Fiscal 1988 Appropriations Approved...
January 9 - Major Provisions of the Fiscal 1988 Reconciliation Bill
January 9 - New Sunflower Program Dropped: FY '88 Bill Provides $56 Billion For Agriculture and Nutrition
January 30 - Soybean Growers Want Help From Government
February 6 - Panel Voices Support for Gramm's Nomination
February 20 - Major Proposals in Reagan's Fiscal 1989 Budget
February 20 - Senate Confirms Wendy Gramm for CFTC
February 27 - House Corrects 1987 Farm-Credit Legislation
March 19 - CCC Ruling Favors Rep. Whitten
March 19 - Congress Clears Bill to Promote Farm Exports
March 26 - More Than Sour Grapes Behind East-West Clash
March 26 - Soybean Loan Program Not Likely This Year
April 30 - Honey Program Much Too Sweet for Conte
April 30 - If 550 Bees Call on 2.5 Million Flowers You'll Have Enough Honey for Your Tea
May 7 - Panel Approves Grain-Inspection Bill
May 21 - Agriculture Panels Approve Grain Bill
May 21 - House Committee Votes to Aid Cotton Farmers
May 28 - Agriculture Cotton Bill Clears; House OKs Two Other Farm Bills
May 28 - Cap on Honey Loans Added: Agriculture Spending Bill Draws Veto Threat
June 11 - More Funds Sought for Food, Rural Programs
June 11 - Senate Panel OKs Grain-Inspection Bill
June 18 - Congress Mobilizes to Help Farmers Fight Drought
June 18 - Fiscal 1989 Agriculture Funding (chart)
June 18 - Food and Nutrition Bill Sent to Floor
June 18 - Markup to Continue: Panel Adds Funding for Rural Development
June 18 - Reagan Proposals Ignored: House Approves $44.1 Billion In Spending for Agriculture
June 25 - AGRICULTURAL NOTES: House Panel Advances Food-Stamp Bill
June 25 - AGRICULTURE NOTES: Rural-Development Measure Stalled
June 25 - Congress Readies Emergency Drought Measures
June 25 - Dispute Over CCC Funding: House, Senate at Odds on Agriculture Spending
June 25 - Drought-Relief Measure Approved
June 25 - Fiscal 1989 Agriculture Funding (chart)
July 9 - Drought-Relief Legislation Planned
July 16 - Drought-Relief Bills Attract Scores of Add-Ons
July 16 - House Panel Approves Food-Stamp Bill
July 30 - Amendments Held for Second Measure: House OKs 'Dire Emergency' Supplemental Bill
July 30 - Drought Bill Would Help Farmers, Incumbents
July 30 - Senate Passes $1.5 Billion Food Bill for the Needy
July 30 - Senate Passes Agriculture Spending Bill
August 6 - Conferees Agree on $3.9 Billion Drought Bill
August 6 - Drought Promises Budget Windfall Now And Higher Spending in Years to Come
August 13 - House, Senate Agree on Hunger Bill
August 13 - Price Rises as Congress Clears Drought Bill
August 20 - Major Provisions of Emergency Drought-Aid Bill
September 17 - Farmers Prevail on Biotech Patent Bill
September 17 - House Committee OKs Agricultural Research Bill
September 17 - Panel Votes Curb on Mailing Plants, Fruits
September 24 - Agreement Sought on Agriculture Spending
October 1 - Controversial Provisions Dropped:
October 1 - House Passes Farm-Research Measure
October 1 - Senate Votes to Extend Grain Inspections
October 8 - House Passes Bill to Curb Mail-Borne Pests
October 29 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Agriculture
November 12 - President Reagan's Veto Messages
November 12 - White House Announces Four 'Pocket Vetoes'
December 24 - GAO Warns of Possible Need for FmHA Bailout
December 24 - Legislative Outlook: Agriculture

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