Farm bill 2014: Cutbacks to the alternative fuels space

On February 4, 2014, the Senate passed the Agricultural Act of 2014, also know as the farm bill of 2014, which will become law upon President Obama's signature. While the projected $17 billion cut to food assistance programs and $7 billion expansion in crop insurance is making headlines, deep wit...

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