MARY CLARE JALONICKWASHINGTON (AP) â¿¿ A farm bill that stalled in Congress before the election could see quick action by the end of the year if congressional leaders decide they need its spending cuts â¿¿ including a small reduction in the $80-billion-a-year food stamps program â¿¿ to make a deal for averting the "fiscal cliff."
Farm Bill Could Hinge On Budget Talks
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