The 2012 Farm Bill, which is currently being discussed in the U.S. Congress, is also being debated by many experts in the field.
Among the topics being talked about by lawmakers, farmers, and consumers are the continuation of government subsidies for commodity crops like soy and corn, and the role the government should play to tackle unhealthy diets, global hunger, and ineffective nutritional assistance programs,
Click here to follow the New York Times online debate on the Farm Bill.
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