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June 22, 2013

Washington, D.C. – Congressman Tom Cotton (R-Dardanelle) released the following statement regarding Thursday’s vote on the Farm Bill:
“I grew up on my family’s small farm in Yell County and still work on it today. I had hoped this bill would be good for Arkansas farmers and taxpayers, but it turned out badly for both. President Obama’s failed policies have turned what should be a Farm Bill into the Food Stamp Bill, expanding by $300 billion a food-stamp program riddled with fraud and abuse. Because 80 percent of this bill was food stamps and Arkansas farmers expected to receive less than 1 percent of the bill’s whopping $940 billion price tag, it was a bad deal for Arkansas farmers and taxpayers.”

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