A WTO ruling gives Brazil the right to review the 2012 farm bill. What should Congress do?

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U.S. farm programs traditionally have been in the hands of U.S. farmers, their organizations and farm-state members of Congress. A World Trade Organization ruling in Brazil’s case against the U.S. cotton programs appears to give Brazil the right to review the 2012 farm bill. What should Congress do when they begin writing the new farm law? See Veto Power.

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