Baumann, David
March 2005
National Journal;3/19/2005, Vol. 37 Issue 12, p847
Focuses on the proposed budget cuts of U.S. President George W. Bush on agricultural programs in the U.S. in his fiscal 2006 budget proposal in February 2005. Amount proposed in agriculture savings by U.S. Representative Jim Nussle and his House Budget Committee; Remarks from Tom Buis, vice president of government relations at the National Farmers Union, on the budget proposal of Bush; Views of fiscal conservatives on the cost of farm subsidies.


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