By Mark Drajem and Alan Bjerga, Bloomberg |
July 26, 2012
This year’s once-in-a-generation drought may leave many crop farmers largely unscathed as they are protected by taxpayer-subsidized insurance, a program Congress is moving to make more generous.
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