President seeks alternatives to farm subsidy reductions

04/15/2005 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Trying to achieve $5.4 billion in budget cuts to federal agricultural spending, President Bush told Congress he would consider alternatives to cuts in farm subsidies that were previously proposed.  The strongest opposition to subsidy cuts comes from southern cotton growers, while prairie states and their legislators, wary of corporate farming and big government, are more supportive. 

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