An Introduction to the 2023 Farm Bill
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An Introduction to the 2023 Farm Bill

Brownstein Podcast Series, Feb. 3, 2023

Since the Great Depression, Congress has passed a farm bill every five years to fund projects from agricultural research to nutrition programs to rural development and more. This year, the bill poses a significant test to a divided government. In our conversation today, we will cover what we have seen in past farm bills, areas of possible bipartisan agreement, where roadblocks to the bill lie and how the negotiation and passage of the legislation might play out.

This document is intended to provide you with general information regarding the 2023 Farm Bill. The contents of this document are not intended to provide specific legal advice. If you have any questions about the contents of this document or if you need legal advice as to an issue, please contact the attorneys listed or your regular Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP attorney. This communication may be considered advertising in some jurisdictions. The information in this article is accurate as of the publication date.

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