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 Agriculture
 1993

January 2 - 103rd CONGRESS: Committee Rosters Agriculture - 27:18
January 9 - AGRICULTURE: 1,242 USDA Offices Slated for Closure
January 9 - Closing Field Sites (chart)
January 16 - AGRICULTURE SECRETARY: Espy Cruises Through Hearing, Vows To Cut Bureaucracy
February 6 - AGRICULTURE: Espy's First Decisions Please Lawmakers, Farmers
February 20 - Special Report: Clinton's Program -- Agriculture
March 13 - Farm-State Lawmakers Up Against An Increasingly Barren Cash Supply
March 20 - SECTION NOTES: Panel OKs Bill Requiring Miners To Notify Ranchers of Digging
April 10 - THE PRESIDENT'S BUDGET: Agriculture
May 15 - AGRICULTURE: Committee Protects Farmers From Deficit-Cutting Pinch
May 22 - AGRICULTURE: Pact Envisions New Mission For Rural Electric Agency
May 29 - AGRICULTURE: Extension of Farm Programs Through '98 Angers Critics
June 19 - AGRICULTURE: Senate Measure Mixes Cuts With Farm Policy Changes
June 19 - Changing of the Guard
June 19 - INTERIOR APPROPRIATIONS: Perennial Grazing Fee Fight Roughs Up Spending Bill
June 19 - Panel's Agriculture Spending Trims President's Request
June 26 - Agriculture Spending (chart)
June 26 - APPROPRIATIONS: Panel Gives Swift Approval To Agriculture Bill
June 26 - Pre-Empting the Pork Police
July 3 - AGRICULTURE: Calls for Pesticide Reform Linked to New Report
July 3 - For Commodities, No More Free Lunch
July 3 - House OKs Agriculture Spending With Most Grants Unscathed
July 3 - INTERIOR: Grazing Fees May Hop a Ride On New BLM Legislation
July 10 - RECONCILIATION: Annexation Provision Is Hurdle Between Two REA Proposals
July 17 - Initial Spending
July 17 - Insurance Finds Few Takers
July 17 - Interior Spending (chart)
July 24 - Agriculture Spending (chart)
July 24 - Senate Agriculture Funding Moves Quickly to Floor
July 31 - APPROPRIATIONS: Senate Votes To Cut Subsidies For Wool, Mohair, Honey
July 31 - RECONCILIATION: Conferees Shear $3 Billion From Farm Programs
July 31 - SECTION NOTES: Bill Aims To Promote Sales Of Flowers, Watermelons
August 7 - AGRICULTURE: Panel Approves Consolidation
August 7 - Negotiators Take Tweezers To Agriculture Spending
August 7 - OTHER PROGRAM CHANGES: Agriculture
August 7 - OTHER PROGRAM CHANGES: From Farm Aid to GI Bill: Working Out Details
August 7 - With Grazing Fee Hike Certain, Question Becomes How Much
August 14 - SECTION NOTES: Food Label Act Exemptions Extended in Cleared Bill
September 18 - APPROPRIATIONS: Mistake in Fawell's Amendment Would Benefit Honey Producers
September 18 - Interior Spending (chart)
September 18 - Senate Votes To Block Increase In Grazing Fees Next Year
September 25 - AGRICULTURE: Clinton Offers Pesticide Policy In Bid To Break Deadlock
September 25 - APPROPRIATIONS: Grazing-Fee Fight May Delay Interior Spending Bill
September 25 - APPROPRIATIONS: Honey and Wool Subsidies Struck Down in Senate
September 25 - CLARIFICATION: Honey Program
September 25 - SECTION NOTES: Measure To Extend Authority On Grain Fee Approved
October 2 - Agriculture Spending (chart)
October 2 - APPROPRIATIONS: House Cuts Wool Subsidy, Acts To Buffer Ranchers
October 2 - PUBLIC LANDS: House Rejects Ban On Grazing Fees
October 2 - SECTION NOTES: Grain Fees Renewal Stalls Over Water Use Dispute
October 2 - SECTION NOTES: Radon Disclosure Legislation Advances in House
October 2 - SECTION NOTES: Secretary Outlines His Plan To Reinvent Agriculture
October 9 - APPROPRIATIONS: Babbit and Western Democrats Reach Pact on Grazing Fees
October 9 - The Grazing Fee Plan
October 16 - APPROPRIATIONS: Westerners Promise Filibuster To Kill Grazing Fee Increase
October 23 - AGRICULTURE: Cuts in Subsidy Programs Rattle Farm Coalition
October 23 - Reid Trying To Make a Deal
October 30 - APPROPRIATIONS: As Interior Filibuster Continues, Risks for Westerners Grow
October 30 - Interior Bill Highlights
November 6 - HUMAN SERVICES: Better Shopping Access for Poor Is Goal of Food Stamp Bill
November 6 - SECTION NOTES: Grain Inspection Legislation Passed in Compromise
November 13 - HUMAN SERVICES: Food Stamp Bill Gets Panel OK
November 13 - SECTION NOTES: Grain Inspection Bill Sent to Clinton
November 20 - SECTION NOTES: House Agriculture Committee OKs Marketing Programs
November 27 - DISASTER AID: House Passes Further Measures Aimed at Flood-Ravaged Areas
November 27 - SESSION WRAP-UP NOTES: Agricultural Marketing Efforts Are Cleared by House
November 27 - SESSION WRAP-UP NOTES: Indian Affairs Bills Get Senate OK
December 4 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Packwood, Agriculture, Families on Agenda
December 11 - 1993 SUMMARY OF MAJOR LEGISLATION: GOVERNMENT and COMMERCE
December 11 - SUPPLEMENT: WHERE THE MONEY GOES
December 11 - SUPPLEMENT: WHERE THE MONEY GOES Agriculture -- Fiscal Year 1994
December 11 - SUPPLEMENT: WHERE THE MONEY GOES CHANGING HARVEST -- Fiscal Year 1994
December 11 - SUPPLEMENT: WHERE THE MONEY GOES Energy and Water Development -- Fiscal Year 1994
December 11 - SUPPLEMENT: WHERE THE MONEY GOES Interior -- Fiscal Year 1994
December 11 - SUPPLEMENT: WHERE THE MONEY GOES Parkland Special Projects -- Fiscal Year 1994
December 11 - SUPPLEMENT: WHERE THE MONEY GOES Perennials Hard To Uproot -- Fiscal Year 1994
December 18 - 1993 KEY SENATE VOTE 9: Grazing Fees
December 18 - SPECIAL REPORT: 1993 BUDGET-RECONCILIATION SUMMARY
December 18 - SPECIAL REPORT: 1993 BUDGET-RECONCILIATION SUMMARY OTHER PROGRAM CHANGES: From Farm Aid to GI Bill: Working Out Details

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