Big Food Stamp cuts rejected in the senate.

June 15, 2012 at 5:22 am Leave a comment

A conservative attempt to cut food stamps dramatically and shift control back to the states was soundly rejected by the Senate Wednesday, with 13 Republicans joining Democrats in opposition. The 65-33 roll call followed a much narrower 50-46 vote in which sugar beet and cane growers beat back a bipa…

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