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After three years of conflict, it looks like harvest time for the embattled legislation.
The survival of many congressional Republicans could depend on their ag-policy votes.
The former Republican leader worked with one of the Senate's most liberal members on hunger issues.
So much work has been done that no one wants to give up on the conference committee that resumes work this week.
Will the federal government really throw millions of hungry people off these benefits?
It has taken more than two years to get to a conference committee on the farm bill. It's now or never for a reset of agricultural policy.
House and Senate conferees will try to reconcile scores of ag issues starting next week.