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Disputes over nutrition standards—and the difficulty of challenging a top priority of the first lady—have stalled efforts for a new bill.
How much does the world want industrially produced, internationally traded food?
U.S. agriculture exports are down. Does that help or hurt the case for fast-track?
Most agriculture interests support Trade Promotion Authority and the Trans-Pacific Partnership, but they haven't been able to persuade many Democrats.
Middle-class children are increasingly rejecting the healthier lunches that federal rules require their schools to offer.
The GOP budget deal won't alter the program, for now. But changes could still be coming.
Cuba's ability to develop a real art market will be a signal of how the country will handle improved relations with the U.S.